Saudi women’s rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul launched a hunger strike last week after she was not allowed to meet her family members. Following the strike, she was allowed to do so but her health has declined
Ending a pregnancy in case of sexual abuse or when the woman’s life is at risk, has been the law of the land since 1940
On August 9, 1956, nearly 20,000 women marched in South Africa against apartheid-era Pass Laws. The struggles they waged and the demands they raised are especially relevant today
The Umbrian regional government of the conservative League party has announced that women will no longer be able to access pharmacological abortions in day hospitals or at home and will have to be hospitalized for three days to avail the procedure
As the world struggles with the COVID-19 pandemic and distancing becomes the new normal, loneliness and the lack of touch has emerged as one of the greatest losses, says activist and playwright V
We take a look at the mobilizations that took place in different countries across the world on International Working Women’s Day 2020.
Women’s presence in social movements has never been so consistent and more and more, they are in the frontlines
Jalila Haider was detained by the Pakistani Federal Investigation Agency at the Lahore airport on January 20 for alleged anti-state activism and she was barred from traveling outside the country
The 12th National Conference of the All India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA) took place in Mumbai from 27-30 December, 2019.
Women, queer people and gender dissidents from across the globe took part in the annual encounter to engage in workshops, discussions and mobilizations
The communicators collective describes the importance of this Encounter in the current context of Latin America and the power of the feminist movement