Urban landscapes are spaces imbued with power dynamics, and most facilitate the movement and engagement of some citizens more than others—namely, able-bodied, white, professional men, and to the detriment of women, people of color, the elderly, children and disabled individuals.
The future of this case isn’t clear—but what has been clarified in the aftermath of this injustice is the power of Spain’s feminist movement.
Women in Spain are asking themselves a shocking question: Do we have to choose between being believed or being killed?
Unfazed by opposition and motivated by a truer sense of France’s ternary motto, Rokhaya Diallo is an envoy of black excellence recognized internationally for confronting the heteropatricarchy in tireless combat.
A new three-year initiative will work to protect women from violence in Turkey and six countries in the Western Balkans,-with a focus on women from the most disadvantaged groups.
The 50,000-capacity Bravalla Festival grounds will be the largest venue to refuse men entry.
An Afghan American who has worked as an independent volunteer at the Moria Refugee Camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, Wardak gives her firsthand account of what women and children face while there.
The youngest MP in 350 years, Mhairi Black is making a name for herself as a leader on the left.
The horrific bombing on Manchester was very much purposefully an attack against women and girls.
Last week, 100 gay men were targeted by police in Chechnya, a republic of Russia. This week, it has been reported that they have been placed in concentration camps.