Gender justice is the goal of full equality and equity among women and girls and men and boys in all spheres of life. It is the result of women, jointly—and on an equal basis with men—defining and shaping the policies, structures, and decisions that affect their lives and society as a whole.
Advancing gender justice is at the core of everything that AMwA is doing and we are leveraging our comparative advantages (see diagram above) to achieve this. By engaging in partnerships, thought leadership, and advocacy across all that we do, we aim to unleash the power of collective action for transformational change and gender justice.
Our work is founded on four critical pillars:
- Feminist and Transformational Leadership Development
- Feminist Research and Documentation
- Policy Influencing and Movement Building
- Arts and Creative Expression
Over the years, AMwA has worked in several African countries including; Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Central African Republic, Ghana, Zambia, Malawi, and Swaziland.