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Building Feminist Practice – a Pocketbook for Human Rights Defenders

The Pocketbook aims to give the readers hands-on tools and a resource that will help them reflect upon and adopt feminist principles and practices in their human rights work.

In the toolkit you will find

Some basic building blocks of feminism 

A practical guidance to feminism as a personal practise

Tools for building a feminist practise in an organisation

A step-by-step process to feminist practise in programming

A deep dive into the feminist practise

Target group: Human rights defenders and organisations on the African continent, but the content is also relevant to other countries and contexts.
Language: English
Credit: Content Development and Production: Hope Chigudu, Hope Africa Dawn Cavanagh, Mosu Collective.
The toolkit was created by Civil Rights Defenders.
Support: Khumo Ketshabile, Mosu Collective and Rudo Chigudu, Independent Consultant
Editing: Mbalenhle Matandela African Feminist Activist, Writer and Researcher and Eva Corijn Maybe Purple
Layout and Illustration: Ayuma & The Ink Space Bureau
Website: Civil Rights Defenders (crd.org)

Building Feminist Practice – a Pocketbook for Human Rights Defenders

The Pocketbook aims to give the readers hands-on tools and a resource that will help them reflect upon and adopt feminist principles and practices in their human rights work.

In the toolkit you will find

  •  Some basic building blocks of feminism

  • A practical guidance to feminism as a personal practise

  • Tools for building a feminist practise in an organisation

  • A step-by-step process to feminist practise in programming

  • A deep dive into the feminist practise

Target group: Human rights defenders and organisations on the African continent, but the content is also relevant to other countries and contexts.
Language: English
Credit: Content Development and Production: Hope Chigudu, Hope Africa Dawn Cavanagh, Mosu Collective.
The toolkit was created by Civil Rights Defenders.
Support: Khumo Ketshabile, Mosu Collective and Rudo Chigudu, Independent Consultant
Editing: Mbalenhle Matandela African Feminist Activist, Writer and Researcher and Eva Corijn Maybe Purple
Layout and Illustration: Ayuma & The Ink Space Bureau
Website: Civil Rights Defenders (crd.org)

Support / Credit

This collection of tools and resources is based on numerous activists’, movement’s and organization’s work and time.

We recommend that you support and credit the work behind the resources you download, by donating, or in other ways supporting groups and organizations behind the tools you use.

Bearing in mind that women’s- feminist- and LGBTIQ+ organizations are acutely underfunded globally, despite the important work they carry out.

Background / Who we are

This site was developed by a Feminist Network in Denmark, consisting of 4 civil society organizations, LGBT+ Denmark, Action Aid Denmark, The Danish Family Planning Association and the Women’s Council Denmark. 

The Feminist Network was formed to guide our own working methods in a more feminist direction. And to inspire and be inspired by the vast amount of knowledge, experience, and practice within the many feminist traditions and movements globally.

The site is an effort to share this with others. And to give visibility and credit to the producers of the many valuable resource and toolkits that are accessible online.

Contact info: kvr@kvinderaad.dk

Support / Credit

This collection of tools and resources is based on numerous activists’ movement’s and organization’s work and time.

We recommend that you support and credit the work behind the resources you download, by donating, or in other ways supporting groups and organizations behind the tools you use.

Bearing in mind that women’s- feminist- and LGBTIQ+ organizations are acutely underfunded globally, despite the important work they carry out.

Background / Who we are

This site was developed by a Feminist Network in Denmark, consisting of 4 civil society organizations, LGBT+ Denmark, Action Aid Denmark, The Danish Family Planning Association, and the Women’s Council Denmark. 

The Feminist Network was formed to guide our own working methods in a more feminist direction. And to inspire and be inspired by the vast amount of knowledge, experience, and practice within the many feminist traditions and movements globally.

The site is an effort to share this with others. And to give visibility and credit to the producers of the many valuable resource and toolkits that are accessible online.

Contact info: kvr@kvinderaad.dk