Just Power
Opening spaces where those excluded now because of gender, ethnicity,
caste, ability, age, sexual preference, etc. can raise their voices and
influence decision-making.

“A very important thing that we have learned is that women with and without disabilities
are equal to men; we have the same rights and the same duties. As a result of the fact 
that men and women attended gender-awareness trainings together, intra-family
violence and violence against women in the community have substantially decreased.”

(Ms Dionisia Huezo Alemán,
mother of three disabled children in El Salvador)


Zohra Khan 2009
A synthesis of research and advocacy with organisations in South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.

The Ugly Truth:  Threats to Women in Political Spaces
Natalie Noble (Institute for the Study of the Americas) and Marie Birchall (One World Action) 2010
Women from Latin America and the UK reflect on their experiences of political life.

Citizens’ participation and local governance in South East Asia
One World Action May 2008
Achievements and lessons from four countries.

The politics of democratic governance:  Organising for social inclusion and gender equity
Carolyn Pedwell and Diane Perrons (Gender Institute, London School of Economics) 2007
How marginalised people can have a voice in the decisions that affect their lives. 

Citizens’ participation and local governance in South East Asia
One World Action May 2008
Achievements and lessons from four countries.