137 Organizational Endorsers of the Open Letter to Governments – A Care Income Now!

#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 Development, Thailand

Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW), Malaysia

Auckland Feminist Action, New Zealand

Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union, UK

Bay Area Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, US

BirthStrike, UK

Black Women’s Rape Action Project, UK

Borstvoeding vzw, Belgium

California Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, US

Caribbean Labour Solidarity, UK

Codepink, Golden Gate Chapter, US

Colectivo de Prostitutas de Sevilla, Spain

Comitato per i Diritti Civili delle Prostitute Onlus., Trieste, Italy

Community WHRD Collective in Thailand, Thailand

Compassion in Care The Whistler, UK

Disbility Rep Forum, UK

Empower Foundation, Thailand

End Solitary Santa Cruz County [CA], US

English Collective of Prostitutes, UK

Every Mother is a Working Mother Network, US

Experimental Experience C.I.C., UK

Family and Home Network, US

FemArtAct, Greece

Feminist Legal Clinic Inc., Australia

Fuel Poverty Action, UK

GABRIELA Los Angeles, US

GAIA Environmental Action and Intervention group, Portugal

Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women, Thailand

Global Justice Rebellion, UK

Global Women Against Deportations, UK

Globallyaware, Australia

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, US

Green Party PA, US

Guerrilla Food Not Bombs, US

Hampshire County Federation of WI’s, UK

Help & Shelter, Guyana

Heroes’ Voices, US

Howie Hawkins for President 2020 (Green Party), US

Indatwa Huye, Rwanda

International Black Women for Wages for Housework, US

International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe, Belgium

International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific (IWRAW Asia Pacific), Malaysia

International Women’s Strike/LA, US

Justice for Peace Foundation, Thailand

Lactation Consultants of Great Britain, UK

l’amie de Maimie, Canada

Legal Action for Women, UK

Leicester Mammas, UK

Lewisham Housing Forum, UK

Los Angeles Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, US

MAP Foundation, Thailand

Metropolitan Community Church of North London, UK

Migrant Sex Workers Project, Canada

Migrant Women’s Network, Thailand

Milk of Human Kindness, UK

MiRA Resouce Center for Black, migrant and refugee women, Norway

MLK Coalition of Greater Los Angeles, US

Mothers Rise Up, UK

Myanmar Ethnic Women Refugee Organization(MEWRO), Malaysia

Naked Punch Review, Pakistan

National Ugly Mugs (NUM), UK

National Welfare Rights Union, US

Non Una Di Meno – Modena, Italy

Northern California Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism, US

Offside Books, UK

Old Women’s Project, US

Organizing White Men for Collective Liberation, US

Parents for Inclusion Newham, UK

Party for Socialism and Liberation, US

Payday men’s network US/UK

Peace, Justice, Sustainability, NOW, US

Peacehome Campaigns, US

PEACEWORKERS, US

Pennsylvania Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, US

Philadelphia Neighborhood Networks, US

Philly Childcare Collective, US

Philly SocFem, US

Planning for Sustainable Communities, US

PM Press, US

Potere al popolo, Italy

PPE, US

Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility, UK

Public Carers, UK

Put People First! PA, US

Queer Strike, UK

Reclaim the Power, UK

Red Thread, Guyana

Refugee and Asylum Seeker Participatory Action Research (RAPAR), UK

Release, UK

Research and Degrowth Barcelona (RnD), Spain

Sacramento Area Black Caucus, US

Sacramento Poor People’s Campaign, US

San Francisco Living Wage Coalition, US

Save Liverpool Womens Hospital, UK

Scottish Kinship Care Alliance, Scotland

Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement (SWARM), UK

Sex Workers Alliance Ireland, Ireland

Sex Worker’s Opera, UK

She’s got the power, Russia

Sibling Arts C.I.C., UK

Single Mothers’ Self-Defence, UK

Sisters Health & Wellness Collective, US

SoCal350, US

Somood Women, Palestine

Success Capital Organisation, Botswana

Support Not Separation, UK

Sussex Refugee and Migrants Self Support Group, UK

SWAI and Intersex Ireland, Ireland

The invisible labor union, US

Therapists for Peace & Justice, US

Transnational Institute, Netherlands

Tripod: Training for Creative Social Action, UK

US PROStitutes Collective, US

Veterans For Peace, Los Angeles, US

WAYVE Foundation, India

Welfare Warriors, US

Winvisible – women with visible and invisible disabilities, UK

Women Against Military Madness, US

Women Against Rape (UK)

Women Democratic Front, Pakistan

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom US, US

Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom, East Bay Branch, US

Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom, San Francisco Branch, US

Women’s League of Burma, Myanmar

World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative (WBTI) UK Steering Group, UK

www.londonartandfood.com, UK

Young Women’s Freedom Center, US

Zi Teng, Hong Kong

672 Individual Endorsers of the Open Letter to Governments – A Care Income Now!

Aamna Rashid, Pakistan

Adeline Berry, SWAI and Intersex Ireland, Ireland

Aditi Kharod, US

Aimee Butterworth, UK

Aissata Drieling, Germany

Ajay Domun, UK

Alberto Distefano, Extinction Rebellion, Italy

Alena Popova, She’s got the power, Russia

Alessandra, Italy

Alex MacDonald, UK

Alexandra Olsson, Sweden

Alexi Dimond, UK

Alexia Tsouni, FemArtAct, Greece

Alice Facer, UK

Alice, UK

Alina-Paulina Vicol, Ms, UK

Aline Fantinatti, UK

Alissa Trotz, Canada

Allison Hackman, US

Almut Azzouzi, Germany

Amanda Mary Walsh, UK

Amelia Qasir, UK

Amelia Was, UK

Amika Mota, Young Women’s Freedom Center, US

Amina Zoomkawala, Pakistan

Amrita Shodhan, Hong Kong

Amy Pritchard, UK

An Cliquet, Belgium

Ana Orozco, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, US

Andi Fugard, UK

Andrea Cornwall, UK

Andrea Marikovszky, WILPF, Párbeszéd Magyarországért Párt, Hungary

Andrea Salinas, US

Andrew Feinstein, UK

Andro Rilovic, degrowth.info, Croatia

Angela Miles, US

Angela Qasir, UK

Angkhana Neelapaijit, Justice for Peace Foundation, Thailand

Anna Hogarth, UK

Anna Jonsson, US

Anna Kerr, Feminist Legal Clinic Inc., Australia

Anna Kliampa, Greece

Anna Tautfest, Germany

Anna Vause, UK

Anna Willats, Canada

Annabel Ketterer, UK

Anne Bluethenthal, US

Anne Hall, UK

Anne May, Germany

Anne Neale, Support Not Separation, UK

Ann-Katrin Weis, Germany

Antoinette Holm, Australia

Antonella Picchio, IAFFE (International Association for Feminist Economics), Italy

Antonio Maria Pusceddu, Portugal

Anu, India

Arielle Bennett, UK

Arielle Solomon, US

Asantewaa Gail Harris, Sisters Health & Wellness Collective, US

Assu, ANPI, Italy

Athena Mandis, UK

Aysan Sönmez, Turkey

Ayyah Ismail, Canada

Azhar Ali Comrade, Pakistan

Bama Athreya, Open Society Foundations, US

Barbara Beese, UK

Barbara Blong, Womens International League for Peace and Freedom, San Francisco and East Bay, US

Barbara L Nielsen, Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom, San Francisco Branch, US

Barbara Laxon, Green Party PA, US

Barbara Le Fevre, UK

Baworowska, None, UK

Bea Hughes, UK

Beatrice Millar, Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility, UK

Beatrice Murphy, UK

Beeke Bartelt, Germany

Begga Van De Walle, Belgium

Begoña Dorronsoro, Portugal

Benedikta Fones, UK

Betty L. Traynor, Women’s Internatioal League for Peace and Freedom, US

Bibi Letts, UK

Blythe Pepino, BirthStrike, UK

Bolzanella Assunta, Italy

Bonita Lawrence, Canada

Borislav Gerasimov, Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women, Thailand

Brahm Press, MAP Foundation, Thailand

Brent Bleys, Ghent University, Belgium

Brian Emerson, Spain

Brian Precious, Labour Party, UK

Brianna Chavez, US

Brindusa Nistor, Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain

Britta Boutry-Stadelmann, Switzerland

Brittany Martinez-Hewitt, US

Bruno Demonie, Belgium

Buddy Bell, US

Bue Rübner Hansen, Viewpoint Magazine, Denmark

Cam, UK

Camila Montiel McCann, University of Liverpool, UK

Camilla Macciani, Italy

Camilla Pin, Italy

Cari Mitchell, English Collective of Prostitutes, UK

Carlo Dell’Olivo, Italy

Carlotta Cossutta, Ambrosia, Italy

Carlotta, Italy

Carmen Vazquez, Labour Party, Unite, UK

Carol Crooks, Gray Panthers, 1000 Grandmothers, US

Carola Spadoni, Germany

Carolina Talavera, Ms., US

Carolyn Kagan, UK

Catherine H. Myers, Family and Home Network, US

Cathérine Lehmann, Germany

Cecilia Verissimo, UK

Cetin Gurer, Turkey

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, US

Chanelle Gallant, Migrant Sex Workers Project, Canada

Charlotte Bollaert, Belgium

Charlotte Browne, UK

Charlotte Harris, UK

Charlotte Pattyn, Belgium

Charlotte Perka, Germany

Chelsea Crumpler, Coalition on Homelessness, US

Cherry Salmon, UK

Cheryl McLeod, Lewisham Housing Forum, UK

Chiara Mezzalama, France

Chloe Dominique, UK

Christiana Rose, UK

Christine Haigh, UK

Christine Hemmingway, UK

Claire Funke, Germany

Claire Jenkinson, UK

Claudia Marinaro, UK

Claudia Mignone, Italy/Netherlands

Connor McBriarty, Mr, UK

Constanza Pauchulo, International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific (IWRAW Asia Pacific), Malaysia

Cora Kohn, ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism), US

Craig Alan Barry, 350.org, US

Craig Barry, US

Cristel Amiss, Black Women’s Rape Action Project, UK

Cynthia Papermaster, Codepink, Golden Gate Chapter, US

D H Amos, UK

Daisy Rimmer, Women Against Rape, UK

Daniel Selwyn, UK

Daniela Subtil Fialho, Germany

Daniele De Toni, Italy

Daniele Quattrocchi, Extinction Rebellion, Italy

Daniele Tamburlini, Italy

Danila Panajia, Italy

Danuta Radzik, Help & Shelter, Guyana

Daphne Muse, US

Darcy Allen, UK

Darien De Lu, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom US, US

Dave Backer, Philly SocFem, US

David E Gibson, Peace, Justice, Sustainability, NOW, US

David Hartsough, PEACEWORKERS, US

Davide Bertelli, Norway

Dawn Sanders, UK

Debbie Stothard, ALTSEAN-Burma, Thailand

Deepak Kamlesh, UK

Deirdre Haslam, UK

Dennis Trembly, US

Diana Bohn, US

Diana Richardson, Portland Raging Grannies, US

Diane Redleaf, US

Dianna Skeggs, UK

Didi Rossi, Queer Strike, UK

Domenico Morabito, Italy

Dominique Just, Germany

Don Timmerman, US

Donna Barnett, UK

Dorotea Manuela, US

Dorothea Ziegler, Germany

Dörte Koch, Germany

Dr Andrew Fanning, University of Leeds, UK

Dr Graham Stevenson, UK

Dr Jonathan Fluxman, UK

Dr Ludovic Foster, UK

Dr Philip Cox, UK

Dr Rhetta Moran, Refugee and Asylum Seeker Participatory Action Research (RAPAR), UK

Dr Ron Roberts, UK

Dr Sofia Chanda-Gool, UK

Dr. Raven Bowen, National Ugly Mugs (NUM), UK

Dr. Sarah Stockwell, UK

Dr. Susan Curtiss, ANSWER Coalition and the PSL, US

Dumiso Gatsha, Success Capital Organisation, Botswana

Ed Romano, Poor People’s Campaign, SFCHRP, US

Edith Bendicente, Casa delle donne contro la violenza, Italy

Eeva Houtbeckers, Finland

Eileen Chubb, Compassion in Care The Whistler, UK

Ekaterina Chertkovskaya, Lund University, Sweden

Eleanor Levine, CodePink, US

Elena Pagani, UK

Elena Roveda, Italy

Elena Shih, US

Eleni Sotiriou, Greece

Eleonora Moro, Italy

Eliana Darroch, Auckland Feminist Action, New Zealand

Elizabeth W. Morris, Planning for Sustainable Communities, US

Ella Gannon, UK

Ella Schwalb, US

Ellen E Barfield, US

Ellen Helker-Nygren, Canada

Ellen O’Keeffe, Australia

Ellen Reese, US

Els Payne, UK

Elvira Lamanna, Italy

Eman Salah, Somood Women, Palestine

Emanuela Bianchi, UK

Emily Barnes, UK

Emily Rhodes, UK

Emily, US

Emma Fullerton, UK

Encarnacion Gutierrez Rodriguez, Canada

Esra Atalay Tuna, Turkey

Eurydice Aroney, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Eve Hill, Labour International, France

Faiza, AGHS legal aid cell, Pakistan

Fakhra Salimi, MiRA Resouce Center for Black, migrant and refugee women, Norway

Fatma Kayhan, Offside Books, UK

Fatma Nevin Vargün, Turkey

Faye Wilson Kennedy, Sacramento Poor People’s Campaign, US

Fe Haslam, UK

Felicia Kornbluh, US

Felicity De Zulueta, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, UK

Femke Lootens, Belgium

Fenja Jacobs, Germany

Fiona Dove, Transnational Institute, Netherlands

Florence Williams, UK

Frances Howe, UK

Francesca Brusa, Italy

Francesca Saccomandi, Italy

Francesco Sticchi, UK

Francesco Sticchi, UK

Francis Voisey, UK

Frank Duhl, US

Gabriele Vesco, Potere al popolo, Italy

Gaia Sirchia, Italy

Gardner, US

Gary Hicks, US

Gem Shekerzade, UK

Gemeena Scruggs, US

Gemma Donovan, UK

Gemma Rogers, Drama / music teacher, UK

Geoff Shenton, UK

George O’Brien, UK

George Rowley, Not Applicable, UK

Georgina Alcuria, 1994, US

Gerd Van Kogelenberg, Borstvoeding vzw, Belgium

Giacomo D’Alisa, Research and Degrowth Barcelona (RnD), Spain

Gill Green, UK

Giorgio Molin, ANPI, Italy

Giorgio, Italy

Giovanni Andrea Martini, Italy

Giulia Armiero, UK

Giusi Di Crescenzo, Italy

Goldmacher, US

Grace Loumo, Action for women and Awakening in Rural Environment, Uganda

Gudrun Glemann, Germany

Gummere, Retired, US

Gwyneth Lonergan, UK

Gyanu, Thailand

Hannah Grün, Germany

Hannah Leach, Germany

Hannah Madden, UK

Harriet Heath, US

Hasne Ara Begum, BRAC, Bangladesh

Hazel Tilley, UK

Helen Dickson, Liverpool Wavertree CLP Women’s Officer, UK

Helen Gray, World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative (WBTI) UK Steering Group, UK

Helen, UK

Helvia Gianantoni, Italy

Heston Michaels, English Collective of Prostitutes, UK

Hilary Williams, UK

Holly Jones, 1994, UK

Hope Carpenter, SOAS, UK

Howie Hawkins, Howie Hawkins for President 2020 (Green Party), US

Htu Lai, Myanmar Ethnic Women Refugee Organization(MEWRO), Malaysia

Huzaifa Zoomkawala, Pakistan

Ian Hodson, Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union, UK

Ian M. Carnochan, Rock ‘N’ Roll Rescue, UK

Ifigeneia Doumpalakidou Giannopoulou, Spain

Ilenia Iengo, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Italy

Inez Dekker, OtherWise, Netherlands

Irene Leonardelli, Netherlands

Irene Montantes, Poor Peoples Campaign, US

Isabella, Italy

Isotta, Italy

Iva Said, www.londonartandfood.com, UK

J O’Connor, UK

Jackie Pollock, UK

Jacob Berkson, UK

Jacqui Lovell, Other

James Jordan, Alliance for Global Justice, US

Jan Schwartz, US

Jane Binkerd, US

Jane Kaplan, US

Jane Pitcher, UK

Jane Quin, JAW, South Africa

Jane Welford, US

Janelle Adsit, Humboldt State University, US

Janet Molina Maturano, Belgium

Janice Jackson, US

Jasmin Horne, US

Jemima Churchhouse, UK

Jenny Richards, Sweden

Jeremy Peck, UK

Jess Pinn, UK

Jessica, UK

Jim Yarbrough, US

Joan Harper, US

Joana Sousa, Portugal

Joe V Parra, 1955, US

Jonas Van der Slycken, Ghent University, Belgium

Jordan Hang, US

Jorge Min Hui Zhou Zhou, IFMSA-Spain; PalSpain, Spain

Jorn Van de Velde, Belgium

Joseph Keady, US

Josephine Ronayne, UK

Josephine Whitehead, Help & Shelter, Guyana

Joshua Schott, Organizing White Men for Collective Liberation, US

Joy Marcus, Guyana

Judith Chimowitz, NHS, UK

Judith Cohen, UK

Judith Schicklinski, Colombia

Julia Davis, US

Julia Gajlikowska, UK

Julie-Anne Malcolm, UK

Julieta, Argentina

K Mann, UK

Kanchana Di-ut, Thailand

Karen de Souza, Red Thread, Guyana

Karen Lemke, US

Karen Stamm, US

Karin Astrid Siegmann, Netherlands

Karl Kosmo, UK

Karl Kramer, San Francisco Living Wage Coalition, US

Karla Schimmel, Belgium

Kate G Stoddart, Ms, UK

Kate Grodd, US

Kate Litman, Cambridge University Students’ Union, UK

Kate Perris, UK

Kath Gilbert, UK

Katharine Bligh, UK

Katherine Fillare, US

Katherine Johnston, UK

Kathleen Billus, US

Kathleen Hernandez, MLK Coalition of Greater Los Angeles, US

Kathrin Herbst, Germany

Kathy Bogdan, UK

Katie L Podszus, UK

Katy, UK

Kelly Palmer, UK

Keng Hng, UK

Kerensa Gaunt, UK

Keval Shah, UK

Kevin Waddington, None, UK

Ki Hng, UK

Kim Davis, Globallyaware, Australia

Kim Sparrow, Single Mothers’ Self-Defence, UK

Koenraad Bogaert, Ghent University, Belgium

Kristin Dooley, Women Against Military Madness, US

Kristy Pace, US

Kunal Guha, Mr, UK

Kunlanat Jirawong-aram, Political Ecology, degrowth master of UAB, Spain

Laleh Khalili, UK

Lanka Horstink, GAIA Environmental Action and Intervention group, Portugal

Laura Anagrafica Canu, Italy

Laura Barton-Fox, UK

Laura Guidi, Italy

Laura Murray, Brazil

Laura Pascual, Spain

Laura Schwartz, UK

Laura Swaffield, UK

Laura, UK

Lauren Haine, UK

Lauren Walsh, UK

Lea Johnson, US

Lea, UK

Leanna Coleman, UK

Leen Bervoets, Belgium

Lesley Mahmood, UK

Leticia Sabsay, UK

Lewis Small, UK

Lia, UK

Liam McCartney, Mr., UK

Liba Ravindran, UK

Lily Paulson, UK

Linda Kavanagh, Sex Workers Alliance Ireland, Ireland

Linda Ray, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) 1021, US

Linda Sudak, US

Lisa Carroll, US

Lisa Holmes, UK

Lisa Longstaff, Women Against Rape (UK)

Lisa Pedersen, Peace Builders of Orange County, US

Lisa Tyree, PPE, US

Liz Farahadi, UK

Liz Howard, UK

Lois Helmbold, US

Lorena Peraboni, Italy

Lorenzo Velotti, UK

Lorna Mangan, UK

Lorry Leader, UK

Louise Cahill, RN, UK

Louison Cahen-Fourot, France

Luca Raiteri, Più Democrazia ITALIA, Italy

Luca Stevenson, International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe, Belgium

Lucia Inama, Italy

Luciana Talamonti, Non una di meno, Casa delle donne contro la violenza, Italy

Lucilla Lepratti, Alliance of Internationalist Feminists*, Germany

Lucille, All Africa Women’s Group (AAWG), UK

Lucy, Italy

Lukas Hardt, University of Leeds, UK

Luke Daniels, Caribbean Labour Solidarity, UK

Luqman Temitayo Onikosi, Sussex Refugee and Migrants Self Support Group, UK

Lydia Makrides, Greece

Lykke Harris, UK

M Mitchell, UK

M.Pia Covre, Comitato per i Diritti Civili delle Prostitute Onlus., Trieste, Italy

Madaraka Nyerere, Butiama Cultural Tourism Enterprise, Tanzania

Maddalena Fragnito, MACAO, Italy

Magda Oldziejewska, Feminist Library, UK

Maggie Ronayne, National University of Ireland, Galway and Global Women’s Strike Ireland

Maheen Rasheed, Pakistan

Mai Jantawong, Community WHRD Collective in Thailand, Thailand

Mai Mai, Migrant Women’s Network, Thailand

Mandy Cann, UK

Mandy Coghill, UK

Mannie Garza, Old Women’s Project, US

Manuel Bivar, Portugal

Mar Garrido Villaespesa, Spain

Marco Antonio Sampaio Malagoli, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brasil

Margaret McDonald, London Region UCU Retired Members Branch, UK

Margaret Prescod, International Black Women for Wages for Housework, US

Margarita, Finland

Maria Albà, Spain

Maria Federica Palestino, Federico II University of Naples, Italy

Maria Michieli, Italy

Maria Osman, Australia

Marian Gordon, US

Marie Fitzpatrick, Every Mother Is a Working Mother Network, US

Marie Lynam, UK

Mario Pansera, Spain

Mario Sassi, Movimento per la Decrescita Felice, Italy

Marion Boeker, Germany

Marion Garza, US

Marisol Bock, Global DEEP Network, Spain

Markus Hüppauf, Germany

Markus Krecik, Germany

Marta Guttenberg, US

Marta, Italy

Martha Dickson, UK

Mary Syrett, Australia

Maryam Talaie, US

Marziya, Pakistan

Maura Benegiamo, University of Trieste – Fondation Maison Science de l’Homme, Italy

Maureen Levenson, Hampshire County Federation of WI’s, UK

Max Ray-Riek, ACT UP Philadelphia, US

Meera Ghani, Belgium

Meg Archer, UK

Megan Butler, US

Megan Foronda, GABRIELA Los Angeles, US

Mehmet Atak, Turkey

Mehreen, Pakistan

Melanie Strickland, UK

Melissa, UK

Meri Jalonen, Finland

Mezna Qato, Cambridge, UK

Michael John Casey, US

Michael Kemmer, Germany

Micheleine Kane, Scottish Kinship Care Alliance, Scotland

Michelle Golding Hylton, Wmw Jamaica, Jamaica

Michelle Tonn, Alexandria House, US

Mike Roberts, LGA Labourr Group, UK

Miriam Oppenheimer, Refuse Fascism, US

Mirko Nikolic, Sweden

Misun Woo, Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development, Thailand

Mollie Elizabeth Pyne, UK

Monica Maurelli, TRA le Apuane – monitoring community to safeguard and to give value to the Apuan Alps, Italy

Monika Wickboldt, Germany

Monim Albeer, UK

Morgan M Page, UK

Morgane Fouse, US

Mukangenzi Clementine, Indatwa Huye, Rwanda

Mulhallen, UK

Muller Danièle, Belgium

Mylene Carberry, California Poor People’s Campaign, US

Nadine Böttcher, Germany

Naida C Tushnet, US

Naida Samonà, Italy

Naima Camara, UK

Najwa Omar, SoCal350, US

Nancy Davis, US

Nancy El-Shatoury, UK

Nang Zarm Moun Hseng, Myanmar

Naomi Clark, UK

Naomi Maddalena, UK

Nasreen Mahmud, US

Natalie Constantinides, UK

Natalie Douie, US

Natalie Minkovsky, US

Natasha, Guyana

Nathaporn Ongwisith, Thailand

Nazli Durak, Turkey

Neil Howard, University of Bath, UK

Nele Klemann, Germany

Nell Myhand, WOC GWS and Poor People’s Campaign, US

Niamh Eastwood, Release, UK

Nicola Saville, Global Justice Rebellion, UK

Nicola Tran, UK

Nijmie Dzurinko, Put People First! PA, US

Niki Adams, Legal Action for Women, UK

Nina de Ayala Parker, UK

Nina Houghton, UK

Nina Lopez, Legal Action for Women, UK

Noemi Valentini, Italy

Nohad Nassif, US

Nor, UK

Nora Roman, US

Olga Bloemen, Tripod: Training for Creative Social Action, UK

Olivia Basterfield, UK

Olivia Qasir, Pakistan

Omolade Elizabeth Adedapo, UK

Owen Holland, UK

Paki Wieland, CODEPINK, US

Pandora Pavlides, UK

Paradise Razma, US

Pary El-Qalqili, Germany

Pat Albright, Every Mother is a Working Mother Network, US

Pat Gowens, Welfare Warriors, US

Patricia Alves de Matos, Portugal

Patricia Hatherly, Amamusus Natural Therapies Centre, Australia

Patricia Scott, UK

Patrick McKee, 350, US

Patti Maciesz, The invisible labor union, US

Paula Teran, US

Penny Davis, UK

Penny Rosenwasser, Kehilla Synagogue, US

Per Faaland, US

Persephone Davies, UK

Phoebe Jones, US

Pia Covre, comitato per i diritti civili delle prostitute onlus, Italy

Pia Kemmer, Germany

Pippa Curwen, Thailand

Polly Rodgers, UK

Poppy Jessica Hunt, UK

Pornpit Puckmai, Thailand

Poyer, UK

Pranom Somwong, Thailand

Priyanka Poddar, UK

Qalandar Memon, Naked Punch Review, Pakistan

Rachel Andrews, Ireland

Rachel West, US PROStitutes Collective, US

Rafailia Varonou, Greece

Rande Webster, Bay Area Poor People’s Campaign, US

Randy, UK

Raul Anorve, Mr., US

Ray Khan, UK

Rebekah, UK

Regina Sneed, US

Reiko Harima, Japan

Rev Peter Evans, UK

Rhonda Plank-Richard, US

Rianka Gill, XR Youth, UK

Richard Harrell, Heroes’ Voices, US

Richard Solly, UK

Rigael Damar Drake, US

Riva Joffe, UK

Robert Benson, US

Roberta Stern, Therapists for Peace & Justice, US

Roberta, Italy

Roberto Luis Ellis, Johannes Gutenberg Universität, Germany

Robin Markle, Philly Childcare Collective, US

Roch McLean, UK

Rona Rothman, US

Rosalie Allain, UK

Rosalind, #MeToo Survivors, US

Rosamine Hayeem, Public Carers, UK

Rose Broad, UK

Rosie Rimmer, UK

Rowan Milligan, UK

Ruth London, Fuel Poverty Action, UK

S Marshall, UK

S. Wildman, UK

Sabrina Noe, Germany

Saleh Mamon, UK

Saleha Rauf, Pakistan

Sally Etheridge, Leicester Mammas, UK

Sally Price, UK

Samantha Honowitz, US

Sandor, Belgium

Sandra Killett, We All Rise, US

Sandra Ujpetery, Switzerland

Sandy Thacker, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, US

Sar, Women Democratic front, Pakistan

Sara Young, UK

Sarah Ernst, Germany

Sarifa Patel, Parents for Inclusion Newham, UK

Sarolta Cump, US

Saskia Ackermann, Germany

Saskia Hagelberg, English Collective of Prostitutes, UK

Saudi, US

Saverio, Switzerland

Schaefer, US

Secil Kalenderoglus, Germany

Serafima Mehhovits, Bruadair Housing Co-op, UK

Serayna Solanki, UK

Shaan Saggar, Australia

Shahram Parvin, UK

Sharon Byers, US

Sharrieff Ali, US

Shauna Blanchfield, UK

Shauna Gunderson, US

Shelley Angelie Saggar, UK

Sherlina Nageer, Red Thread, Guyana

Shirley, US

Siddharth Madhusudan, Japan

Sidney Ross-Risden, International Women’s Strike/LA, US

Siepke van Keulen, Netherlands

Sigrid Vertommen, Ghent university, Belgium

Simone Danz, Germany

Sina Andreae, Germany

Sister Judy Vaughan, Alexandria House, US

Sofia Bempeza, Greece

Sofia Oleas, US

Solveig, Milk of Human Kindness, UK

Sophie Barnes, UK

Sophie Gale, UK

Souryan Mookerjea, Intermedia Research Studio Department of Sociology University of Alberta, Canada

Stefan Mildenberger, hinterconti.e.V., Germany

Stella, l’amie de Maimie, Canada

Steve Morse, Veterans for Peace, Chaper 69, US

Steven Solomon, US

Stewart Whitehead, UK

Susan Arthur, US

Susan Haywood, US

Susie Day, US

Suzy-Anne Smith, UK

Syed Hasan Raihan, WAYVE Foundation, India

Symran Saggar, Australia

Tahira Satar, Women Democratic Front, Pakistan

Tamirhis Fortunata Dandolo, Italy

Tamsin Wressell, UK

Tanya Selig, Guerrilla Food Not Bombs, US

Tegan Barrett-mcguin, Australia

Teresa MacKay, UK

Teresa Muldrow, Women of Color in the Global Women’s Strike, US

Tessa Gardner, UK

Thanks Laovilawanyakul, Empower Foundation, Thailand

Tina Stahl, Germany

Tony Hemmingway, UK

Tracey Dunn, UK

Trupti Patel, UK

Truus Jansen, UK

Ugo, UpM, Spain

Ursula Wunderli, Italy

Val Gillies, UK

Valeria Passeri, Italy

Vanda Radzik, Guyana

Vanessa Olesen, US

Vanneuville Martine, Belgium

Victoria Childs, UK

Victoria Coquet, UK

Victoria Hodierne, UK

Viktoria Hellfeier, Germany

Virginia Hollins-Davidson, US

William Brackett, US

Willow Katz, End Solitary Santa Cruz County [CA], US

Wolmuth, NEU, UK

Ying Tzarm, Myanmar

Yira Lazala, Colombia

YuLing Koh Hsu, US

Zainab Sohail, Pakistan

Zeenat Suleman, UK

Zi Teng, Zi Teng, Hong Kong

Zully Luz Rosadio Cayllahua, Institute of Social Ecology, BOKU, Austria

46 Countries represented in endorsers of the Open Letter to Governments – A Care Income Now!

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Bangladesh

Belgium

Botswana

Brazil

Canada

Colombia

Croatia

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Guyana

Hong Kong

Hungary

India

Ireland

Italy

Italy

Jamaica

Japan

Malaysia

Myanmar

Netherlands

New Zealand

Norway

Other

Pakistan

Palestine

Portugal

Russia

Rwanda

Scotland

South Africa

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Tanzania

Thailand

Turkey

Uganda

UK

US

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4 Comments

  1. m.pia covre on 10th April 2020 at 4:25 pm

    As Sex Workers association we would like to subscribe your petition
    M.Pia Covre
    President
    Comitato per i Diritti Civili delle Prostitute Onlus. Trieste -Italy

  2. Enita Okeme on 31st May 2020 at 1:38 pm

    I endorse the open letter to Governments- A care income now.

  3. Gareth Phillips on 17th June 2020 at 11:52 am

    I endorse the open letter to governments that a care income needs to be put in place as a matter of urgency.

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