The women’s rights movement in Sudan has a long and vibrant history. Generations of activists have fought this struggle and continue to do so.
Louise Toupin's new book, "Wages for Housework," is a much-needed documentation of a an international feminist movement that is largely unknown.
Electroshock has been proven to be sexist, ineffective, and brain-damaging. A lawsuit for damages against the shock machine manufacturers has just led to a settlement. What follows is a hunger strike.
Intimate partner violence is not a women’s issue it’s actually a men’s issue – they are the ones inflicting the harm – and it’s a human rights issue.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) welcomes Canada’s long-awaited first federal pay equity legislation.
You can view the latest newsletter put out by the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada right here.
Canada's treatment of Indigenous people constitutes genocide, including "mental health services." Much of it is also deeply misogynous. It's time to name it for what it is and effect real change.
As U.S. President Donald Trump's nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court seemed to be reaching a controversial conclusion last week, a remarkable encounter took place on live TV.
Oct 6, 2018 to Oct 8, 2018
International Village / GoldCorp theatre
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Kim O’Bomsawin’s new documentary, Quiet Killing, is a story of resilience that carries a vital message about Indigenous women’s right to safety and justice.
To distract from the glaring failure to prioritize child care over warfare and housing over drones and new bombers, the Liberals continue to dance about the global stage as self-proclaimed feminists.