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EXTRACTIVISM AND WOMEN’S RIGHTS

The new briefing paper “Extractive Industries and Women’s Rights: Between partnerships and regulation – two diverging ways to tackle the problem at the UN”, published by AWID, DAWN, Global Policy Forum and Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung presents how women are disproportionately affected by negative social and environmental impacts of extractive...

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SOCIALISM REIGNITED IN AMERICA

Moritz Wichmann of neues deutschland gives a nuanced perspective on the rise of the Democratic Socialists of America and what takeaways we can draw from their biannual convention earlier this month....

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WE ARE THE PEOPLE

Talking About Democratic Socialism 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall. November 1989 was a moment of radical transformation for the former German Democratic Republic (GDR). Already many GDR citizens had migrated to West Germany to escape state repression. On November 4, almost half a million other GDR citizens gathered at Alexanderplatz in Berlin for a peaceful protest, calling for the democratization of the socialistic state. Organized by theater actors and...
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WE ARE THE PEOPLE

Talking About Democratic Socialism 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall. November 1989 was a moment of radical transformation for the former German Democratic Republic (GDR). Already many GDR citizens had migrated to West Germany to escape state repression. On November 4, almost half a million other GDR citizens gathered at Alexanderplatz in Berlin for a peaceful protest,...
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FEMINIST ACTIVISM IN BRAZIL


Juliana Gonçalves, journalist and feminist activist from São Paulo, Brazil, describes the increasing difficulties and dangers for queer, black and poor women in Brazil under the reign of Jair Bolsonaro. But she also shares strategies to organize across class boundaries and formulate a strong opposition to growing authoritarianism and hostility to women.

Juliana is a co-organizer of the Black Women’s March.

FEMINISM FOR THE 99%


Inspired by the first transnational women’s strike in 2016, “Feminism for the 99%: A Manifesto” is an anti-capitalist, eco-socialist and anti-racist project that aims to liberate all women and explain why capitalism is harmful, especially to women. Co-author Cinzia Arruzza talks here about unpaid and unrecognized work, the gap between liberal feminism and a left-wing feminism of the working class and how different types of oppression are related to gender, colonialism and racism.

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