As 2018 has been dubbed the “year of feminism” in Chile, organizers are now calling for a “General Feminist Strike” on March 8th, 2019.Continue reading The General Feminist Strike of #Chile: March 8th, 2019
Rome, Italian territory: On Saturday 150.000 people marched through the city for the Non Una di Meno national demonstration. The feminist march openly supported migrant, refugee and asylum seeker women in their struggle for rights, decent conditions and against the Salvini Decree.
After nearly a month of conducting various projects, activities, seminars and demonstrations highlighting the role of combating violence against women in the context of democratization of society, central manifestations are taking place today all across Rojava with the purpose of marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
On October 20th, 2018 around 1am, cops showed up to a call at an apartment above a King St. Shop in Hamilton, Ontario. Inside they found Robyn Garlow, 30yo mother of one, with a knife. They electrocuted her with a taser and, as she was falling to the ground, shot her four fucking times.
Yesterday morning, activists from the autonomous feminist initiative Kattenkwaad in The Hague, took action against the sexist outcome of a court case in Ireland. They went to the embassy of Ireland and decorated it with thongs!
Following our interview at the IWW organising summit, Anne, a GMB rep in West London food factories and member of Angry Workers of the World writes about conditions in her workplace and her experiences as a trade union rep. This piece is part of our Too Many Men series, a collection of articles addressing gender imbalance in trade unions and workplaces – you can read other articles in this series here and here.
London: Call for a feminist demo against fascism on November 25 by Red Essex, Women’s March London, Sisters Uncut, Women’s Strike Assembly – UK, Dziewuchy London, Plan C London, Feminist Anti-Fascist Assembly, United Voices of the World the union, London Antifascists, Kurdistan Students Union – UK, The xtalk project, East London Strippers Collective and the Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement.
Indonesian feminist Anindya Joediono has recently been persecuted by government officials. Anindya is no stranger to students’ organizations and feminist collectives, having been involved in numerous leftist movements since 2016.
Kurdish activists, members of the Kongra Star women’s rights movement in Rojava, have solidarized with the struggle of Croatian women against dehumanizing hospital practices in the context of reproductive health by making their own contribution to the current campaign #PrekimoimoŠutnju (#BreakTheSilence).
Call by Pro Choice Munich for a feminist demonstration in Munich on the 27th of October.