Posts Tagged: feminism

E53: Not Just Another International Women’s Day

8.03.2022

On International Women's Day, we discuss what more can we do to advance the idea of equality, emancipation and freedom throughout the world.

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Feminists of the world, unite!

8.03.2022

More than ever, feminism needs to be a political safe haven for marginalised groups, where rights are equal across the board.

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New Greek law seeks to enforce joint custody on families

Opinion

1.03.2021

A recent reform of Greek family law seeks to enforce joint custody in all divorce cases - sidelining cases of domestic violence.

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Grassroots communities lead the way forward in times of political uncertainty

23.02.2021

DiEM25's thematic group on Gender reflect on the World Day of Social Justice and invites you to a webinar on 26 of February at 21:30 CET!

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International Migrants Day and COVID19: A call for a migrant’s lens in policy

18.12.2020

A rise in COVID-19 cases is once again being seen across Europe, while migrants continue to be excluded from government measures.

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International day of persons with disabilities: COVID-19 and human rights

3.12.2020

On this day we call for a revision of COVID-19 measures that include persons with disabilities in democratic processes of decision-making.

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World AIDS Day: The power of unconventional politics

1.12.2020

The story of AIDS is a story of grassroots movements and pandemics.

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Gender pay gap: fighting each other over crumbs

26.11.2020

20 November - Equal Pay Day - marked the day when women effectively started to work for free this year.

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Women on the frontline against COVID-19 pandemic

17.03.2020

The most asked question in France, after the shutdown of schools, was: since women constitute 70% of hospital staff, who is going to take care ...

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