World March of Women


FOOD SOVEREIGNTY THREATENED BY THE PATRIARCHAL FAMILY MODEL, AGRIBUSINESS AND DRUG TRAFFICKING

Interview with Miriam Nobre*, agronomist and feminist activist with the World March of Women in Brazil, for Nyéléni Newsletter

What challenges do the rise of neofascism and conservatism in Latin America pose to Food Sovereignty? The attempts by conservative sectors to return to the patriarchal family model are added to the dismantling of public policies that promote young people staying in the countryside, and the alliance between agribusiness, drug  … Read more

We resist to live, we march to transform!

Friends of the Earth International demanded Gender Justice on March 8th. Photo gallery from different regions.

On 8 March 2020, millions of people worldwide joined together online and in the streets, to raise their voices for women’s autonomy and rights, gender justice, and feminist solidarity. Friends of the Earth International and its groups around the world mobilised for this International Women’s Day of Struggle. They joined  … Read more

We resist to live, we march to transform. Let´s do it together!

Why do feminists around the world need to march in 2020? Video produced by the World March of Women

This is the year of the 5th International Action of the World March of Women and it marks the 20th anniversary of the movement. Under the theme “we resist to live, we march to transform”, women will have a busy international agenda from 8 March through 17 October.

8 March: We must march together

Friends of the Earth International joins the World March of Women’s 5th International Action

“We resist to live, we march to transform!” is the slogan for the 5th International Action by the World March of Women, set to begin on 8 March, 2020. Every five years, the World March of Women (WMW) prepares an international action which brings together women’s movements, to take action  … Read more

Black women´s lives matter

The struggles of black, lesbian, bisexual, transgender women for the right to be themselves

Feminism has to be antipatriarchal, anticapitalist and antiracist. Since 1992, July 25 marks the International Afro-Latin American, Afro-Caribbean and Diaspora Women’s Day. The commemoration of this day was decided at the first meeting of Afro-Latin American, Afro-Caribbean and Diaspora Women. Today, Real World Radio wants to highlight the voices and  … Read more

Rana Plaza is everywhere

World March of Women organizes global action in commemoration of the Rana Plaza tragedy that took place 6 years ago in Bangladesh

Six years have passed since that April 24 when over 1000 women died and other 2000 were injured after the collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory in Bangladesh. This event shocked the world. It exposed the inhuman conditions these workers experienced in exchange for miserable wages and generated an  … Read more