International Exchange in Mesoamerica: Exploring the Power of Transnational Movement Building

International Exchange in Mesoamerica: Exploring the Power of Transnational Movement Building

The International Exchange is a crucial part of the Move to End Violence program, providing an opportunity to steep ourselves in the power of transnational movement building to address the root causes of violence against all girls and women around the world.

For this cycle’s International Exchange, Move to End Violence is honored and excited to be partnering with JASS, an international movement-building support network that strengthens the voice, collective organizing power and safety of women activists and movements.

During this exchange, the current cohort of MEV Movement Makers is spending 10 days building cross-border connections and learning with a group of Guatemalan and Honduran women activists with whom JASS works. We’re sharing some highlights of the exchange, along with some of our learnings via a regular blog series:

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