For 30 years, Pro Mujer has been working hand in hand with women and our allies in Latin America to break the barriers that limit their potential- high rates of gender-based violence and teen pregnancy, migration crises, discrimination, lack of health care access to name a few. As we begin a new decade, it is time for us to look back on the past and reflect on what we have achieved collectively and where we must redirect our efforts. Our mandate is to become a large-scale sustainable platform that delivers relative and transformative tools and resources to women across life cycle allowing us to expand our services and reach exponentially more women.
“We have reached a significant milestone for women and feminism in Latin America. This year, without a doubt, presents a critical opportunity to reflect on our past, unite, and renew our commitment to gender equality. It’s time to take collective action and we invite you to join us”.
Due to the current pandemic, Pro Mujer has taken active measures to protect the lives of all staff members, beneficiaries and supporters across Latin America. We have postponed all of our events in the region including our 30 Years: Women and Latin America Exhibition until further notice.
To continue with our celebration, we have created a digital version of the exhibition (coming soon) so everyone can enjoy this unique experience from their homes and share it with your loved ones, colleagues and networks.
30 YEARS: WOMEN AND LATIN AMERICA DIGITAL EXHIBITION
Weaving together stories and facts, this virtual exhibit showcases milestones for women in the Latin America region, and invites participants to witness the role of Pro Mujer within Latin America’s broader historical context. We hope this exhibition and the stories that come with it inspire you to continue being part of the women’s rights movement. Join us in celebrating them by taking this virtual journey and sharing it with your network.
Send a word of thanks and encouragement to our 1,600 staff members and wide network of supporters in Latin America. Their dedication and commitment have helped women start their own businesses, access life-saving health care and get entrepreneurial and digital literacy education.