This publication draws on more than 1,600 women’s rights activists who responsed to the 2007 online survey on religious fundamentalisms and women’s rights, interviews with 51 key experts, and a series of case studies commissioned by AWID to document feminist strategies to counter fundamentalist movements. Together, these women’s rights activists represent a broad range of experiences. They vary in age from under 16 to over 65 years of age; they focus on different regions and issues; and they are affected by religious fundamentalist movements in the world’s major and minor religions. They work at local, national, regional and international levels, and they operate within a wide range of organizations, including non-governmental organizations (NGOs), community-based organizations (CBOs), governments, multilateral agencies, religious organizations and academic institutions. Their experiences of religious fundamentalist strate- gies, and of feminist strategies of resistance and challenge, are highlighted here.