Hundreds of thousands of women flooded the streets across Latin America, demanding decriminalization and legalization of abortion
The march took place on year after the femicide of 34-year-old lawyer María Belén Bernal at the hands of her cop husband Germán Fernando Cáceres inside the Quito Police Training High School
The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the sections of the Federal Penal Code that criminalize women, pregnant persons, and healthcare professionals for abortion are unconstitutional, thereby decriminalizing abortion at the national level
The fundamental objective of Feminist International is to promote a common agenda in favor of equality and for the eradication of gender-based violence
Jóvenes revolucionarios de La Habana describen el proceso de construcción de la legislación en diálogo con el pueblo.
Revolutionary Havana youth describe the process of building legislation in direct dialogue with the people.
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.
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
Venezuelan socialist feminist organizations unite with others across the globe on International Working Women’s Day to call for a peaceful resolution to the Russia–Ukraine war
María Belén Bernal was found murdered five kilometers from the Police Training School. Bernal’s mother deemed her daughter’s femicide as “a state crime.”
Brigade participants met with representatives of Venezuelan popular and revolutionary feminism. This exchange was organized by the International Peoples’ Assembly and the Simon Bolivar Institute for Peace and Solidarity among Peoples.
Delegations of women from the five continents have traveled to Venezuela to learn about the struggle of women in the Bolivarian Revolution and share experiences from their own regions