Since 2015, every year, the movement Ni Una Menos or ‘Not One (Woman) Less’ organizes massive marches across the country to raise voice against violence against women and non-binary people.
The Ni Una Menos movement was founded in 2015 in Argentina with the aim to demand an end to all forms of gender-based violence. On the anniversary of its founding, Argentinian women and non-binary people claim their rights with renewed vigor
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
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.
The Encounter which began on October 12, brought together over 500,000 feminists, queer activists and gender dissidents.
Thousands of Peruvians took to the streets in different cities across the country in response to the alarming number of femicides.
The massive demonstrations were in response to several high-profile rape cases wherein the perpetrators were police officers
So far in 2019, over 105 cases of femicides have been registered in Peru
Protesters demanded an end to gender-based violence, the approval of the new bill to legalize abortion and the implementation of the sexual education law
Feminists across the continent have been mobilizing to change the draconian and repressive laws that inhibit access to legal, safe and free abortion
Despite the minor’s desperate plea for an abortion eight times, the conservative provincial government, healthcare professionals and religious groups delayed the process and forced her into motherhood