The participants propose to give strength to the permanent mobilization of our movement and in actions of resistance, denunciation and solidarity, with internationalist and anti-imperialist alliances. And to strengthen the proposals for new constituents and the formation of plurinational states, which are necessary steps in the struggle for democracy and respect for indigenous peoples.
We seek to organize a plan of expansion and rooting of the WMW in the countries and territories, at international and regional level. In the Americas, deepening our action in the Caribbean is a special part of this process. In our agenda, we take into account women living under war, militarism, displacement and the marks of migration today, the impacts of transnational corporations, as well as gender violence and trafficking. Anti-racism and the peasant struggle are fundamental marks of our struggle, as are the experiences of agroecology and food sovereignty, of solidarity and defense of life in the territories and communities, and in mobilizations such as the March of the Margaritas. These are practices that must be made visible, coupled with a vision of sustainability of life from the feminist economy. Thus, the WMW is concretizing in practice its motto "we resist living, we march to transform".
In order to carry out this agenda, we evaluated the need to articulate training and communication as central axes of the development of the actions of the World March of Women. This underscores the need to continue to further improve external and internal communications, including collectively contributing to Capire and our regional and international communications bodies. Ensuring access to and the best possible use of technologies must also be a strategy for our articulation. It was also agreed to follow up on the Feminist Organizing School, in its editions in the Americas region and especially in the Caribbean. Our diversity of participation, experiences, and spaces of struggle make us stronger, as it unites us on an equal footing with young, adult and older women in the formation of our movement and radical and creative political practices.
Representations and international bodies
The participants then decided on their representatives for the International Committee of the World March of Women, a coordination group that brings together women from the five regions where we are in struggle. The IC is important for the organization of the WMW at the global level, articulating the guidelines between regions and deepening our anti-systemic struggle.
The representatives of the last mandate evaluated the work of recent years, which had permanent organization, with regular meetings that have given more unity to the March in the region. There are the challenges of structuring a process of regional formation and incorporating more of the Caribbean region, and with that articulate a dynamic overcoming the limits of language differences. The representatives of the Americas in the International Committee elected for the new mandate are Nalu Faria (Brazil), Tita Godinez (Guatemala) with the substitution of Alejandra Laprea (Venezuela).