Sukuamis, is a pur'epecha (indigenous community from the northwestern region of Michoacán, Mexico) word that refers to witches, that is, people who have wisdom and knowledge to bring about healing.

We are feminist activists from different corners of Latin America, dedicated to healing, transforming, co-creating, inquiring, and analyzing in harmony from the personal to the collective

We work to strengthen the hearts, voices and actions of social movements and organizations through comprehensive, holistic, innovative and inspiring strategies that increase our strength to build the world we dream: a loving, just, caring and equitable world where our diverse identities are celebrated and in balance mother earth.


Perla is a Mexican feminist and human rights defender. Her passion and work has focused on economic justice especially for social movements in the global majority (global south).

She accompanies organisational processes from an integral feminist approach of accompaniment based on popular education.


Laura is a is a cuir (queer) Colombian feminist activist sprouting collective action through the power of storytelling. Her activism began through her work within the immigrant and refugee rights movement and expanded across feminist and intersecting social movements. She finds inspiration in social movements, collective care, art, and those that root themselves in solidarity, hope, and love.


Ale is Mexican activist and human rights defender, with a degree in International Relations. For fifteen years he has been working with and for youth rights and the sexual and reproductive health of adolescents and young people in Mexico and Latin America.


Nancy is a feminist organisational psychologist, specialist in psychocorporal work, crisis intervention and psychotrauma. Expert in integral feminist accompaniment for more than 20 years with women human rights defenders, women victims of violence, victims of crime, law enforcement officials and therapists.


Elizabeth has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and a Master's degree in Science with a specialisation in sustainable agricultural production. She is an Indigenous P'urhépecha woman. She has a diploma in gender and feminism from the Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana, and is passionate about embroidery, from where she plans to build an economic justice project for the women embroiderers of Cherán.


Tania is Mexican, feminist, human rights defender, sexual dissident, she is an anthropologist and historian, specialist in organisational processes from a feminist approach, experience and expertise in working with indigenous peoples. She accompanies to strengthen grassroots organisations and collectives, and supports monitoring and evaluation of processes. She has collaborated in projects and processes with Tojolabal, Purhépecha and Rarámuri Indigenous women.

Gabriela, C.

Human rights defender, graduate in Political Science and Public Administration from UNAM, Master in Political Philosophy from Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona and specialist in project management with a human rights approach. She accompanies social and grassroots movements.


From narrative practice, collage or the production of events, Navaja editora has been a great collaborator who accompanies us to generate poetic narratives.

montserrat, C.

Montserrat has a degree in Politics and Social Management from the Metropolitan Autonomous University (UAM-XOC). She has worked in various civil society organizations dedicated to the defense and promotion of human rights. Her experience includes fundraising, accompaniment to victims, dialogue with authorities and institutional strengthening.


Tania R.

Tania has a degree in Social Work from the National School of Social Work of the UNAM and a Master's Degree in Clinical and Forensic Psychotraumatology. She has the Certification of Competence in the Standard EC0308 Training for public servants in and from the approach of Equality between women and men. She has coordinated several training processes for the staff of civil society agencies and organizations on topics such as human rights, public policy, gender perspective, mental health, differential approaches, context analysis, among others.

Amaya, o.

Amaya is an intern in the Sociology degree at UNAM and has worked in different networks and civil society organizations dedicated to the defense of human rights, the search for missing people and the construction of peace in Mexico. Amaya has more than a decade of experience in comprehensive support work to strengthen human rights networks and movements. In particular, she has carried out support work in the construction of strategic planning and operational organization, as well as security, communication and political advocacy strategies.


Intercultural manager by the UNAM, specialized in mediation of intercultural conflicts and social studies of science and technology. Human rights defender, feminist and popular pedagogy educator. Involved in the defense of water, territory and peoples collective rights.


Catherine Dousdebes is a colombian visual artist graduated from the La Pontificia Universidad Javeriana with a master 's degree in Journalism from the La Universidad del Rosario. Currently, she works as an illustrator and comic artist under the pseudonym Pizza Hawaiiana. She has worked for national and international publishers and media outlets. Her personal work narrates personal stories based on her daily life and experiences.

alina G

Luis R.

social anthropologist from UAM--Iztapalapa, currently studying a law degree at the UNAM.