Red Nacional de Mujeres en Defensa de la Madre Tierra (RENAMAT) is a network campaigning for the social and environmental rights of Indigenous, Mestiza (mixed ethnicity), and campesina (peasant) women based in the cities of Oruro, La Paz, and Potosi, in Bolivia. The group strengthens the capacity, advocacy, and leadership skills of women affected by the destructive and exploitative impacts of extractive industries in Bolivia, including violations of their land and natural resource rights. RENAMAT sees violence against ‘Mother Earth’ and women as interlinked forms of oppression.