The Autonomy Project is a 6 country project focused on strengthening capabilities of CAL members and partners to campaign in country. The Autonomy Project uses learning in action as the basis of strengthening capabilities. In other words, the learning emerges from activists in countries actually engaging directly in conceptualising, planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating a campaign that meets real needs and is relevant and appropriate for the political, social and economic contexts of that country.
CAL a le plaisir de lancer “The Autonomy Project : Un rapport sur la violence faite aux femmes (VFF) et la participation politique des femmes au Rwanda, au Bénin et en Tunisie”. Cette publication examine le paysage de la violence […]
CAL is pleased to launch ‘The Autonomy Project: A Report on Violence against Women (VAW) and Women’s Political Participation in Rwanda, Benin & Tunisia.’ The publication looks into the landscape of violence against women and women’s political participation in the […]
Welcome to episode 1 of a podcast recorded by the Autonomy Project: Zimbabwe In this rustic and unedited episode, Lala, Tash, Mz Black and Thandi talk about the Zimbabwean LBQ context – how liberal is liberal and are we still struggling […]
We will walk as far as we can Feminism! We are feminists! The term/ phrase has been both a blessing and a curse, mostly a curse. In a room full of conservatives, it is the label that defines all the […]
In 2019 Autonomy Collectives came together in Gaborone, Botswana to share with one another the experiences, lessons and challenges they have had in organising as LBQ women under the theme of Autonomy in their own countries. The main actors within […]
The Autonomy Project is a campaign of the Coalition of African Lesbians — a sub-Saharan regional advocacy organisation with pan-Africanist and feminist ideals. The Autonomy Project promotes the discourse and practice of agency, autonomy, and freedom for women and marginalised […]