Women from all over the world participated in the First International Women and Mining Conference, bringing their struggles and hardships forward in an area where they are largely invisible and underrepresented.
The Coordinating Commission of Indigenous Women of Bolivia will hold the First National Encounter of Indigenous Women of Bolivia on June 21-23, 1993 in Tiwanaku.
"Mujeres Aymaras y Comunicacion" organized a meeting of women in Peru and Bolivia who produce radio programs for women about issues that women and especially indigenous women face.
The Coordingating Commission of Indigenous Women of Bolivia(CCMIB) formed in July 1993 was created with the purpose of promoting indigenous involvement in movements across the country. CCMIB is carrying out this goal by focusing on electing representatives of indigenous communities to the Bolivian government.
Five hundred Quechua Aymara women march 350 miles to La Paz, Bolivia to demand that Bolivian president, President Sllnchez, enforce human rights in their home region.