The Women’s Working Group is the CSM space of policy articulation and convergence of women and LGBTI movements and organizations. It is a space to build and strengthen, at the global level, the autonomy and self-determination of women and LBGTI individuals to deconstruct the patriarchal narrative that considers them as mere victims and not agents of change, and to operate a radical transformation of our food systems. It is a space to exchange demands, visions, struggles, expectations and ambitions to build convergence towards CFS policy processes and CSM initiatives. The Women’s working group is a safe space open to all women, men and non-binary gender identities. The Working Group is currently leading CSM’s engagement towards the policy process of the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) Guidelines on Gender Equality and Women and Girl’s empowerment in the context of Food Security and Nutrition (GEWE) which is expected to be finalized by October 2022.