For the last decade, feminists in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland have fought the growing right-wing movement. Some have been quite successful and might prove helpful as American feminists resist this growing movement here in the U.S.
In the midst of a bloody war with an invading Russian military, the Ukrainian government took the time to ratify an international treaty to protect women and girls from violence. What does this historic act mean for the future of the Istanbul Convention?
Eastern European activists have some important lessons for American activists when it comes to resisting the rise of the right. The most important of which is the maintenance of broad-based organizations.