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NCAFC Women occupy Senate House for International Women’s Day: build solidarity!

A group of women and non-binary activists organised by NCAFC Women, the women’s organisation of the left student network National Campaign Campaign Against Fees and Cuts, have occupied University of London’s headquarters, Senate House, to demand free education, workers’ rights

NCAFC Women occupy Senate House for International Women’s Day: build solidarity!

A group of women and non-binary activists organised by NCAFC Women, the women’s organisation of the left student network National Campaign Campaign Against Fees and Cuts, have occupied University of London’s headquarters, Senate House, to demand free education, workers’ rights

Let’s talk about Marxist Feminism – a Workers’ Liberty reading group We will be meeting for 4 Monday’s, starting on Monday 20th April, to discuss Lisa Vogel’s “Marxism and the Oppression of Women, Toward a Unitary Theory”. First published in

Let’s talk about Marxist Feminism – a Workers’ Liberty reading group We will be meeting for 4 Monday’s, starting on Monday 20th April, to discuss Lisa Vogel’s “Marxism and the Oppression of Women, Toward a Unitary Theory”. First published in

Feminism is cool now – but where are the politics?

By Beth Redmond The number of young women openly calling themselves feminists is, in my experience, constantly increasing. In the four years between me starting university and now, the attitude of a large number of student women has shifted dramatically,

Feminism is cool now – but where are the politics?

By Beth Redmond The number of young women openly calling themselves feminists is, in my experience, constantly increasing. In the four years between me starting university and now, the attitude of a large number of student women has shifted dramatically,

Pro-choice campaigners in Ireland take the pill train

Campaigners took a train to Belfast and back to Dublin on 28 October to bring non-surgical medical abortion pills into Ireland where they are illegal. The action recreated a similar one taken in the 1970s to bring the contraceptive pill

Pro-choice campaigners in Ireland take the pill train

Campaigners took a train to Belfast and back to Dublin on 28 October to bring non-surgical medical abortion pills into Ireland where they are illegal. The action recreated a similar one taken in the 1970s to bring the contraceptive pill

All the Rage: a celebration of women in class struggle

A socialist feminist conference hosted by women in Workers’ Liberty A socialist feminist conference hosted by women in Workers’ Liberty – everyone welcome @ University College London, Cruciform Building, Gower Street, WC1E 6BT (the red building opposite the main quad)

All the Rage: a celebration of women in class struggle

A socialist feminist conference hosted by women in Workers’ Liberty A socialist feminist conference hosted by women in Workers’ Liberty – everyone welcome @ University College London, Cruciform Building, Gower Street, WC1E 6BT (the red building opposite the main quad)

Violence is not “part of the job”

By Becky Crocker 25 November is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Both the International Transport Workers’ Federation and the European Transport Workers’ Federation have publicly marked this day and raised the profile of their ongoing

Violence is not “part of the job”

By Becky Crocker 25 November is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Both the International Transport Workers’ Federation and the European Transport Workers’ Federation have publicly marked this day and raised the profile of their ongoing

Justice for all ‘honour crime’ victims!

On 7 July, I attended a meeting at the House of Commons, hosted by Jeremy Corbyn MP, about honour killings in Iraqi Kurdistan. The meeting was called by the Kurdish and Middle Eastern Women’s Organisation (KMEWO). Before this meeting, I

Justice for all ‘honour crime’ victims!

On 7 July, I attended a meeting at the House of Commons, hosted by Jeremy Corbyn MP, about honour killings in Iraqi Kurdistan. The meeting was called by the Kurdish and Middle Eastern Women’s Organisation (KMEWO). Before this meeting, I

How I became a socialist: I was angry at something I just didn’t know what

Beth Redmond is running a “How I became a socialist” column in Workers’ Liberty’s newspaper Solidarity. We’re re-posting women’s stories of becoming socialists and feminists on this blog.   Beth Redmond – “I was angry at something, I just didn’t know

How I became a socialist: I was angry at something I just didn’t know what

Beth Redmond is running a “How I became a socialist” column in Workers’ Liberty’s newspaper Solidarity. We’re re-posting women’s stories of becoming socialists and feminists on this blog.   Beth Redmond – “I was angry at something, I just didn’t know

Solidarity with Iranian women facing attack

By Gemma Short Women in the central Iranian city of Isfahan have been attacked with acid because of the way they were dressed. The official press reports four women were attacked, but some put the number as high as 15.

Solidarity with Iranian women facing attack

By Gemma Short Women in the central Iranian city of Isfahan have been attacked with acid because of the way they were dressed. The official press reports four women were attacked, but some put the number as high as 15.

Let’s talk about: capitalism consumerism and feminism

A monthly reading group exploring radical interpretations of women’s oppression. When? Monday 10 November • 6.30-8.30 pm Where?  Central London tbc What are we reading?  Last month we read Nina Power’s One Dimensional Woman. For November we’re going to stick with

Let’s talk about: capitalism consumerism and feminism

A monthly reading group exploring radical interpretations of women’s oppression. When? Monday 10 November • 6.30-8.30 pm Where?  Central London tbc What are we reading?  Last month we read Nina Power’s One Dimensional Woman. For November we’re going to stick with