Tag: women’s struggle

Abortion, worse than a thorn in the eye
Analysis Latin America

Abortion, worse than a thorn in the eye

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By Carolina Vásquez Araya From Guatemala / Source Marcha.org / The Dawn News / March 2, 2016. In early February, the UN required that the countries affected by the zika virus provide sex education and modify the restrictive laws criminalizing abortion in cases where the mother’s health could be at […]

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The banner reads: "No to the Coup (golpe) d'Etat and NO to punches (golpes) against women", and the sign reads: "Wendy Ávila, murdered by the military"
Analysis Honduras

Repression against women and violence that doesn’t stop

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By: Camila Parodi and Laura Salomé Canteros / Source: Marcha.org / The Dawn / December 1, 2015.- On November 25, international day for eradication of the violences against women, Marcha.org proposes to explore Latin America with those who organize and resist the oppressions from feminist and women’s movement. In this […]

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The Bolivarian Revolution from a Feminist Point of View
Analysis Venezuela

The Bolivarian Revolution from a Feminist Point of View

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Sourcenotas.org.ar / The Dawn / November 26, 2015. In the cycle of interviews with Venezuelan popular movements as a warm-up for the elections on December 6, we talked to Francis Monterola and Yolanda Saldarriaga, members of the Revolutionary School of Peoples Feminism, Identities and Sexualities. What is the Revolutionary School of […]

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