In this paper we explore first the concept of feminism, then look at the context in which
feminism is being practiced by women’s movements around the world. We then present
the women and politics of place framework as one analytical approach that can inform
our understanding of the many women’s networks that are to be engaged in the Great
Transition. Finally we propose our ideas for a feminist vision for the future that can build
from realpolitik and feminist struggles for change.