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'Feminist Strike': International Womens Day Sees Transport & Work Chaos in Spain (and vid)
"Hundreds of trains in Spain have been cancelled due to an International Womens Day strike. Workers aross the country are also abandoning their unpaid work, such as cleaning and child care, as part of the large scale protest. It is the first time that there has been a nationwide 'feminist strike' in Spain and organizers say it aims to highlight sexual discrimination and domestic violence. The rail network and Madrid's underground is disrupted as 10 unions participate in 24 hour work stoppages. Numerous services and businesses have reported staff shortages because of the industrial action..."
"As a proud feminist I am honoured to serve as Minister of Foreign Affairs in a government with an unabashedly feminist foreign policy..." - Chrystia Freeland
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