Global Left Midweek - International Women's Day 2019
- International Women's Day Video Special
- eBrochure on International Feminist Movements
- Massive Marches in Spain
- Brazilian Feminists Resist
- Turkey: Police Attack Feminist Night March With Pepper Gas
- South Korea: ‘Change Has Already Begun’
- Sudanese Women Protesters Sentenced
- UK: Sex Workers on Strike
Peoples Dispatch (New Delhi)
Bärbel Danneberg, Angelina Giannopoulou, Nika Kovač, Julia Vladimirova, Nora García Nieves, Salome Chagelishvili, Selin Çağatay, Andrea Peniche, Claudia Krieglsteiner, Josefine Landberg / transform! Europe (Vienna)
Short spots on feminist struggles in Argentina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Turkey.
Demonstrations called on Friday, International Women’s Day, brought out an estimated 350,000 protesters in Madrid and 200,000 in Barcelona.
Maria Amélia de Almeida Teles fought the military dictatorship and was savagely tortured. She’s still resisting. ‘In the war against democratic progress, our very bodies are the territory being fought over.’
After women announced that they would gather in front of French Cultural Center in Taksim, İstanbul at 7.30 p.m for the 17th Feminist Night March, the police closed all roads leading to the İstiklal Avenue.
About 5,000 participants flocked to Gwanghwamun Square to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8.
Hundreds turned out for protests in Khartoum and Omdurman that day, undeterred by the emergency measures.
Alex Finnis / i (London)
Hundreds of sex workers take to the streets to protest laws they say are sexist and jeopardise their lives.