Mobilizations will continue in Colombia over the next couple of days to demand an end to Ivan Duque’s anti-people policies and against the lack of political will to address the urgent and pressing issue of violence against communities.
On November 18, thousands of women, feminist activists and LGBTQ community members mobilized across Argentina after President Alberto Fernandez sent a draft law on November 17 to Congress that aims at legalizing abortion
President Alberto Fernández sent the bill to legalize abortion to the National Congress for consideration on November 17
The struggle for free, safe and legal abortion in Latin America and the Caribbean has been one of the key uniting issues for movements in the region as across the board, access is severely restricted
The Buenos Aires legislator and women’s rights activist, Ofelia Fernández, expressed about the need to create a Ministry of Gender, Women and Diversity in the city of Buenos Aires
The Ni Una Menos movement was founded in 2015. On the anniversary of its founding, feminists held a virtual mobilization with the demand for a definitive end to all gender-based violence
The National Campaign for the Right to Legal, Safe and Free Abortion, gave the call for the demonstration on the occasion of its fifteenth anniversary
This is the first time that a head of state in Argentina will present a bill of this nature and it will be a significant breakthrough for the long-demanded abortion rights in the country.
This years mobilization was one of the largest yet which saw millions across the continent on the streets demanding justice, rights and equality
We also report on the “March of Anger’ protest in Belgium, and Young India march in New Delhi.
Newly elected Argentinian President Alberto Fernandez has repeatedly expressed support for the movement and has called legal abortions a public health issue.