Instituto AzMina


São Paulo, BrazilTrust Project news partner since

AzMina is a Brazilian online magazine focused on issues related to gender, sexuality and feminism.

It covers diverse topics with a gender focus. 

It pledges not treat women as a universal category, considering multiple perspectives such as race/ethnicity, class, sexual orientation and gender identity.

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AzMina produces stories related to issues such as the participation of women in public life, violence against women, public policies and challenges facing women in areas such as autonomy and equality.

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Diverse Voices

AzMina believes that feminism is a human rights issue and it is impossible to achieve gender equality without dialogue with the whole of society, which includes men. 

Its coverage prioritizes, whenever possible, female voices and different groups of women.

It pledges to seek diverse voices and public debate among various races and ethnicities, classes, ideologies, sexual orientations and genders.

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