All posts tagged feminism

The Exchange Issue #2

The second issue of The Exchange brings together a range of articles looking at the struggles we face against austerity and the issues we face building a movement of resistance. The exchanges here try to look to the problems of […]

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Nadia de Mond: in women’s liberation the first step is self-consciousness

Luke Cooper spoke to Italian feminist activist Nadia de Mond

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Beyond the Fragments: Autonomist Feminism

The following is the first of the transcripts of speeches from the recent Beyond the Fragments event in Manchester. Here Jess Winterson of Plan C looks at autonomist feminism, the Wages For Housework campaign of the 1970s and their implications for today. […]

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Learning the lessons from Beyond the Fragments

Yesterday (8 June) was a rare sunny Saturday in Manchester yet 45 people decided to spend the day at The University of Manchester to discuss feminism, socialism and the state at the movement at an all day event titled Beyond the […]

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Videos: Socialist Organisation and Democracy (Manchester)

On Saturday 9 February the Anticapitalist Initiative organised a joint meeting with Socialist Resistance and Independent Socialist Network to discuss what kind of organisation we need to build and the mistakes we must avoid. Below are the videos: Cat Rylance […]

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Rape and Misogyny: How the Left Can Do Better

In light of the crisis in the Socialist Workers Party (SWP), our guest author Sarah discusses the problem of allegations of sexual offences and misogyny in political organisations. She argues it is necessary to prioritise the victim’s personal rights and wishes. […]

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Bringing feminism back to the future

Joana Ramiro looks at the political impact of the new generation of feminist media

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Rape apologism, imperialism and the student left. We need to talk.

Michael Chessum on the new debate in the student left

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