Despite the challenges of 2022, we also saw positive developments. Hivos and its partners achieved successes in areas of gender equality and diversity, climate justice, and civic rights. A selection of these can be found in our Annual Report 2022.
The annual accounts are also included in this report.
2023 is a decisive year in Zimbabwe – not only for Hivos’ work to empower women – but this August Zimbabwe is holding its Harmonized Elections (parliamentary, provincial, local and presidential elections). It is a time that offers opportunities for women in politics to step up and be recognized as leaders. Stories from across the
We Decide, We Resist, and We Exist. From Radical Tenderness
The young women of We Lead’s Community of Action (CoA) in Guatemala decided to tell their stories through portraits of their bodies in the booklet “We Decide, We Resist, and We Exist. From Radical Tenderness”. This strong stance calls attention to the various specific demands of these women rightsholders.
Together with the National Arts Council of Zambia (NAC), Hivos organized a workshop to help creatives, artists and lobbyists think of new critical ideas for the sustainability of the arts in Zambia. Their views were also used in formulating Zambia’s National Arts Policy.
Case Study: Promoting Regional Collaboration for Youth-led Advocacy
This case study examines how the Women’s Global Network for Reproductive Rights has built and supported a grassroots sub-regional youth movement to enhance young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health services and information, including safe and legal abortion.
Vertical Atlas is a tool that explores our current universe of digital transformations through diagrams, interviews, essays and works of art by a diverse group of renowned artists, writers, scientists and technologists.