NiUnaMenos
Fight against femicides continues in Argentina and across Latin America

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.

Social movements and protestors intensify struggle in Colombia and other stories

Today we look at the latest on the national strike in Colombia, a strike for better pay and staffing by health workers in New Zealand, and more

Ni Una Menos completes six years, and struggle against gender-based violence continues

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

Palestinian boy killed during Israeli raids in the Occupied Territories and other stories

Today we look at the killing of a Palestinian boy in a raid by Israeli forces, protests against femicides in Puerto Rico, and more

34th Plurinational Encounter of Women, Queers and Gender Dissidents!

The communicators collective describes the importance of this Encounter in the current context of Latin America and the power of the feminist movement

Argentine feminist movements denounce four femicides in 48 hours

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.

Massive mobilizations against femicides across Latin America and Caribbean

According to data collected by observatories on gender and feminist movements of the region, about 282 femicides happened in Latin America and the Caribbean in January alone

Lucía Pérez’s murder was a femicide and this is a war

Today, women, transgender, travestis, gender dissidents across Argentina are holding a strike in response to the acquittal of the two men who were accused of raping, torturing and killing 16 year old Lucía Perez two years ago

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