From Argentina to Mexico, millions of women and gender-diverse people took to the streets to demand equal rights in the most unequal region of the world
This International Working Women’s Day, we take a look at the mobilizations and struggles women are taking part in across the world in their fight for equality, democracy, and dignity.
The day was established by socialist women in order to highlight women’s centrality in the struggle to overthrow class based oppression, as well as to end the unique oppression faced by women.
In this episode, we look at global International Women’s Day celebrations as well as the recent ruling that overturned the convictions against former Brazilian president Lula da Silva.
From Argentina to Mexico, millions of women took to the streets to demand equality in the most unequal region of the world, and to proclaim that they refuse to continue being marginalized, discriminated against, excluded, and murdered
The delegation denounced the de-facto government in Bolivia for serious human rights violations and state crimes committed after the coup
This years mobilization was one of the largest yet which saw millions across the continent on the streets demanding justice, rights and equality
Maria Júlia Montero, of the World March of Women, talks about the mobilizations planned for March 8