BABAYEnihan: Women-to-Women Solidarity
A portmanteau of 'babaye', the Bisaya word for women, and bayanihan which means solidarity, BABAYEnihan: Women-to-Women Solidarity is our solidarity response for indigenous women amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and disasters.
Tanggol Karapatan ng Katutubong Kababaihan (TK3)
Tanggol Karapatan ng Katutubong Kababaihan aims to strengthen indigenous women human rights defenders (IWHRDs) at the community level through intensive learning and relevant skills-building in documenting, reporting, and responding to cases of VAWG
Katutubong Kababaihang Pinay (KKPinay)
Kabataang Katutubong Pinay is a collective of young indigenous women from different indigenous communities in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. LILAK recognizes that the struggles of women are felt differently by indigenous women, and the struggles of indigenous women are felt by young indigenous women. In some instances, they may also be different.
The collective was formed in 2020, and its pilot activity was the national gathering of young indigenous women, Young Indigenous Women SPEAK OUT. However, because of the onslaught of COVID-19 cases and strict militaristic lockdown, the gathering was held online via Zoom Conference. The KKPinay Collective aims to amplify the voices of young indigenous women in social movements and in the campaigns and advocacies of their communities
Indigenous Women's Mentoring Program (iWoMen)
Indigenous Women's Mentoring Program is a feminist learning space for indigenous women, including young women. This is a comprehensive learning program that covers human rights, women's rights, indigenous peoples rights; theories of feminism and indigenism; climate justice; relevant laws, and policies on natural resources and social justice. LILAK is now in the second phase, 2021, reaching out to broader women in more communities.
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