Shifting the migration debate to consider the impact
of global phenomena such as climate change and global capitalism on the
movement of people requires an understanding of scarcity and insecurity as
factors which affect citizens and non-citizens alike.
The 2015 WILPF manifesto outlines how those who choose peace over conflict must act, and recognises that negotiations on a treaty making transnational corporations accountable for violation of human rights is part of the way forward.
VICE’s new women’s
interest website Broadly offers VICE a chance to shake off its reputation for the
‘hipster misogyny’ of Terry Richardson and ‘female writer suicide’ fashion
shoots. Here’s hoping they take it.
Jeremy Corbyn's Working with Women policy document has been well received by feminists, but the silence on the intersectionality of religious fundamentalism
and women’s oppression, and on prostitution, raises questions.
The opening of a Jack the Ripper Museum was not only insulting in how it
seemed to glorify the murder of women – it was a disservice to all of us
interested in local history and inclusive explorations of our past.
a small independent theatre project that starts this week with Syrian and
Palestinian children, seeks to foster an alternative political proposal in a
situation where politics has emphatically failed.
While the murder of hundreds of women in Juárez, Mexico, eventually attracted international
attention – and with it, sensationalist headlines – photographer Itzel Aguilera’s
work engages with the complex realities of her city.
US Trafficking in Persons Report exposes exploitation and holds governments to
account. But creeping politicisation and a reluctance to address the political
economy of TIP are compromising its credibility.