November 25 is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
The cabinet has called on all state governments to implement Violence against Persons Prohibition Act (VAPPA), 2015, a key demand of protesters. The parliament’s upper house also pushed legislation for protection of victims from stigma.
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
Feminists and women’s rights activists across the region say that women are at greater risk and urge the governments to step up measures to address all forms of gender-based violence
We take a look at the mobilizations that took place in different countries across the world on International Working Women’s Day 2020.
In the lead-up to International Women’s Day, Azlaf Zahra of the Democratic Way in Morocco reflects on the importance of women’s struggles in the country and the world
We will also report on the anti-femicide protests in Mexico, and the protests by indigenous peoples in Ecuador.
Major events were organized in the cities of Lisbon, Porto, Braga, and Coimbra by the March 8 Network in Portugal
# NousToutes marches were held across France on the occasion of the International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women
Women across Palestine and the diaspora will stage a march on September 26 to assert that the struggle of women is intrinsic to the broader struggle for the liberation of Palestine
Movements have intensified demands for the implementation of the Law on Comprehensive Sexual Education (ESI), the approval of the Emergency Law on Gender based Violence, among others.
Feminists across the continent have been mobilizing to change the draconian and repressive laws that inhibit access to legal, safe and free abortion