Global Women's Strike
Global Women’s Strike is an international multiracial network campaigning for recognition and payment for all caring work for people and planet - a Care Income. It is co-ordinated by the International Wages for Housework Campaign and was launched by Selma James in 1972.
Taking Agroecology to scale: Learning from the experiences of Natural Farming in India
Learning from the experiences of Natural Farming in India, this new publication has been compiled by the Alliance for food sovereignty in Africa. Download a copy of it for free here below.
Shamima case shows terrible prejudice
Read Layla Omar’s brilliant article published in the Camden New Journal, describing how and why the government’s removal of Shamima Begum’s British citizenship is drenched in racism, and undermines all our rights. If Shamima isn’t British, then many of us are not.
Support Worker Relief & Credit Reform Act: mothers, other caregivers & students need it!
Congresswoman Gwen Moore (D-WI) has reintroduced the Worker Relief and Credit Reform (WRCR) Act (HR 1468) and we are encouraging that as many as possible support this important bill. The WRCR Act would redefine who is a worker to include those of us who are unpaid mothers/other unpaid family caregivers as well as low-income students in higher education – making both eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit for the first time. This is monumental – and urgently needed at this time when public benefits are under attack in Congress, including imposing further work requirements.
GWS at XR’s The Big One, 4 days of action in Central London
Four days of action from 21 to 24 April brought together 60,000 people around Parliament to force the UK government to act on the climate emergency. On Friday – “Unite to Survive” day – diverse networks of mothers, grandmothers, other carers and people with disabilities spoke out on refusing poverty, the devaluing of caring and…
TODAY Join the Haiti Action Committee for a Day of Action in Solidarity with the Haitian People, thursday 27 April.
Please share this powerful statement issued yesterday by women’s and popular organizations in Haiti, calling for an end to the genocide of the people of Haiti. And join TODAY’s (Thursday) Day of Action called by Haiti Action Committee, our point of reference. Tweet/share on your social media. See Demands, sample tweets and background information here. Global Women’s Strike (GWS), Women of Color/GWS, and Payday men’s…
Event this Friday – Join the Women’s Speak Out at XR’s The Big One
Friday 21 April, 1pm, Downing Street, London SW1A 2AA. XR’s The Big One – four days of actions 21-24 April to bring together 100,000 people around Parliament to get this government to act on the climate emergency. On Friday – “Unite to Survive” day – diverse networks of mothers, grandmothers, other carers and people with disabilities will…
Event: London – 5 April – International Protest – Solidarity with the Peruvian People Down with the dictatorship of #DinaBoluarte
#LONDRES: PROTESTA INTERNACIONAL LONDON INTERNATIONAL PROTEST Solidaridad con el pueblo peruanoSolidarity with the Peruvian People Abajo la dictadura de #DinaAsesinaDown with the dictatorship of #DinaBoluarte 5 Abril 18:00Hrs – April 5th at 18h00Parliament Square LONDON SW1P 3BD 🎤 Micrófono abierto (Open mic) #NiUnMuertoMás#NoAlTerrorismoDeEstado#MásDe70Asesinadxs#DinaAsesinaRenunciaYa#CierreDelCongresoCorrupto#AsambleaConstituyente#NuevaConstituciónPlurinacional#PedroCastilloLibertad Traer pancartas, banners, banderas y whipalas.
US: Ask your Representative to cosponsor Worker Relief & Credit Reform Act
Exciting news – Rep Gwen Moore will be reintroducing the Worker Relief and Credit Reform (WRCR) Act this Thursday, March 9. Please ask your Representative to sign-on to the WRCR Act right away as an original co-sponsor. You can send a model letter directly to your reps at this link. The WRCR Act modernizes the…
End Women’s Poverty: Invest in Caring Not Killing online event
The California Poor People’s Campaign and women’s organizations who are national partners of the Poor People’s Campaign including the Global Women’s Strike are hosting a nationwide online event for International Women’s Day, End Women’s Poverty – Invest in Caring Not Killing, to recognize the struggles and contributions of women to the economy, communities and movements for justice – and to demand cash and resources go to end women’s poverty, not war.