EnRedadas was founded in 2013. They define themselves as a feminist and autonomous social enterprise that seeks to contribute to social change, working for the empowerment of young women in Managua, Nicaragua, through art, training on women’s rights and the internet as political action tools. They aim to be a feminist platform that manages spaces for the exchange of knowledge, experiences and creative and technological skills among young women, adolescents and girls, urban and semi-urban in Nicaragua, in order to contribute to the strengthening of feminist thinking of them and that contributes to the conscious defense of their rights.
“We consider that our greatest achievement has been and is…to resist,” they say. They have been an active collective committed to their work and activism, performing activities with little to no money in a self-managed way. They are committed to the larger feminist cause and continue to fight to continue carrying out their actions, no matter what.