This article is part of a series on Global Feminisms. Articles in this series explore how feminists have acted beyond the nation. How have global events, ideas and tactics impacted feminism, and vice versa? And when have feminists worked across difference – for example, of race, nation, politics – more […]
Rebecca Turkington explores the rise of #MeToo in China and the way it draws on global links and offers a model for organizing in hostile circumstances. #MeToo in China is made possible through rich histories of Chinese feminists organising inside, alongside and beyond the state.
Across the world people are raising their voices in support of a Universal Basic Income. In this piece, Toru Yamamori uncovers the forgotten feminist history behind this demand.
In 1995, 8000 US feminists went to Beijing for the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women. Lisa Levenstein finds that this conference had huge impact on grassroots feminism in the US for years to come.
This is the introduction to a series of articles on Global Feminisms which will be coming out across 2022-2023. I sat down to write this on the day that abortion before the 24th week of pregnancy was decriminalised in Colombia. The chant of ‘ya es ley’ (now it’s law) echoed […]
In this piece, Rosa Campbell reflects on the importance of the Maritime Union of Australia dispute of 1998.
This is the introduction for the (Un)Silenced: Institutional Sexual Violence feature, which explores how sexual violence relates to various societal institutions. The series provides a historical understanding of the ways in which sexual violence is produced through different institutional cultures of harm. This series is a collaboration with The SHaME Project—a Wellcome Trust-funded interdisciplinary research group based at Birkbeck, University of London.