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#Lifeinleggings (n.)

1). A Call to Action to End Violence Against Women and Girls in the Caribbean and the diaspora.

2). A safe space where Caribbean Women and Girls can document the types of abuse they experience.

We are a regional organisation, based in Barbados, that is committed to dismantling the rape culture in the Caribbean through advocacy, education, empowerment, and community outreach.

We are survivor-focused, grounded in intersectional feminist principles, and building upon the work of our Caribbean feminist foremothers to create a gender-just region.

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Email: info@lifeinleggings.org
Telephone: +1 (246) 820-2853

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Pink Parliament: Registration For Cohort 4 Is Open!

Are you interested in applying for Pink Parliament’s Class of 2022-2023? Here’s what you need to know! Pink Parliament is an initiative by Life In Leggings: Caribbean Alliance Against Gender-based Violence (Registered Charity #1602). The initiative seeks to inspire and encourage girls and young women between the ages 14-20 to pursue careers in politics andContinue reading “Pink Parliament: Registration For Cohort 4 Is Open!”

Pink Parliament Initiative Wins CIVICUS Nelson Mandela-Graça Machel Innovation Award

Media Release A Celebration of People Power Winners of the 2021 Nelson Mandela-Graça Machel Innovation Awards reflect the power of collective action. The Awards, named for human rights icon Nelson Mandela and former First Lady of South Africa and Mozambique, humanitarian Graça Machel, honour the power of people to demand change for a more just,Continue reading “Pink Parliament Initiative Wins CIVICUS Nelson Mandela-Graça Machel Innovation Award”

#Lifeinleggings is not just a document of our trauma; it is a story of our struggle, our resilience and our fight for justice. It is a battle for autonomy that men are granted at birth. It is a statement that what we wear whether it be a short skirt, a dress or leggings does not entitle anyone to our bodies or our freedom.

Ronelle King, Founder