04 March, 2021 • ON March 8 International Women’s Day, despite the pandemic, women are involved in many life-changing struggles around the world. In Haiti, Myanmar and Thailand millions risk their lives protesting the dictatorships. In India millions are protesting laws which would put all farmland in the hands of multinationals, including Monsanto and its…

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Dear friends, Please see below the e-poster for the Symposium “Debates For And Against Wages For Housework”, being held on-line, 4-6 March. Selma will be speaking on Saturday 6 March, 9-11am UK time (14.30-16.30 IST).Registration link is here. Details of the full programme for the three days are in the attached pdf. Please share and…

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Dear friends, We are forwarding information (below) about an 8 March International Women’s Day event 3-4.30pm (UK time) in memory of Berta Cáceres. Her daughter Bertha Zuñiga Cáceres will be speaking. Please share and circulate with your networks, thank you. Global Women’s Strike This International Women’s Day we remember Berta Cáceres, Indigenous leader and environmental…

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18 February – Support the Farmers “Rail Roko” (Railway Blockade) across India 12 pm to 4pm (local time). FACT SHEET Millions of farmers strike against laws that put corporations in charge of land and food production Watch 6-minute video why farmers are protesting The movement to repeal Modi’s three Farm Acts is growing in strength…

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We join Citizens for Justice & Peace in India to urge you to please sign this petition & share it widely Petition: Release Dalit Trade Union Activist Nodeep Kaur On 12 January, organiser and factory worker, Ms Kaur, with other Kundli Industrial Area factory workers, was participating in the farmers’ protest near the Singhu border…

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The Wages for Housework Campaign, Queer Strike & the English Collective of Prostitutes For more information contact: 0207 482 2496 or gws@globalwomenstrike.net We were upset to hear of the passing of Maureen Colquhoun. Many of us who knew her and had worked with her really loved her. She had no airs and graces though she…

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It’s time the crisis of mothers’ and children’s poverty and the climate crisis were prioritised 28 January, 2021 — By Selma James and Nina López MARCUS Rashford, called “leader of the opposition” for his campaign against child poverty, speaks of the suffering of his mother when she couldn’t afford food for him and his siblings…

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#MeToo Survivors, US ACT UP Philadelphia, US Action for women and Awakening in Rural Environment, Uganda AGHS legal aid cell, Pakistan Alexandria House, US All Africa Women’s Group (AAWG), UK Alliance for Global Justice, US ALTSEAN-Burma, Thailand ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), US Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and…

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We send our solidarity to the millions of farmers, women and men, across India who are protesting against Modi’s horrendous farm laws. We know that 70% of agricultural workers in India are women and that these laws attack first of all women and girls, who are the primary caregivers in every country. Despite brutal police…

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