Thank you, bell hooks
The feminist icon, who has died aged 69, leaves behind a rich, powerful legacy
Published in: Home: FeatureWhat’s at stake for Afghan women?
As many fear the Taliban could undo a generation of gains, Rashmee Roshan Lall recalls the experiences of the women...
Don’t use girls as justification for bombing Afghanistan, again
Dear British feminists, Western military intervention is never a good thing
Published in: Can Europe Make It?: AnalysisA feminist foreign policy for Spain
Spain advocates for building a feminist foreign policy and is taking the first steps to do so. But where do you begin?
Published in: democraciaAbierta: FeatureFive lessons from Argentina’s feminist movements’ fight for legal abortions
The country’s ‘Green Tide’ of feminist activists succeeded despite all the challenges of COVID-19, thanks to their...
In 2021 more than ever, International Women’s Day feels like a hollow gesture
COVID-19 is the enemy of us all, but to women it has felt like a meteor made of pure misogyny, shattering our lives on impact
Published in: democraciaAbiertaA World shaped by one million Adas
Our proposal is reasonable and possible to pilot: open the room and seat women and girls at your COVID-19 table...
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionFormerly colonized people can’t breathe. And the IMF and World Bank are to blame
It’s time for a #FeministBailout based not on profit-maximization but care, respect for eco-systems, and solidarity.
Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionThe coronavirus crisis shows it's time to abolish the family
What does the pandemic tell us about the nuclear family and private household?
Published in: 50.50Mexican women plan historic strike against femicides
Millions of people are being called to join the country’s first all-women labour strike, to demand government action...