women

Childcare in crisis: mothers’ march demands better

By Millie Collins MORE THAN 12,000 people took to the streets across 11 major cities on 29 October to protest the extortionate cost of childcare, demanding much needed reforms to […]

Millie Collins  ·  02 November 2022

Women’s double burden doubles again

By Millie Collins AFTER 12 YEARS of cuts to wages, pensions and public services, one in five—14.5 million—people live in poverty, including more than four million children. While the richest […]

KD Tait  ·  05 July 2022

Roe v Wade overturned: women say—’we will not go back!’

International Secretariat, League for the Fifth International Finally, they have done it. On June 24, after fifty years of a limited constitutional right to abortion, American women were robbed of […]

Workers Power  ·  26 June 2022

US Supreme Court prepares historic attack on abortion rights

By Marcus Otono—Workers Power USA THE RECENT leak of a draft majority opinion from the Supreme Court of the United States repealing the Roe v Wade judgment that legalized abortion […]

Marcus Otono  ·  31 May 2022

Institutional sexism in the police

The reputation of the Metropolitan Police is in tatters - again.

Rebecca Anderson  ·  20 March 2022

Fighting sexism in the tech sector

Getting organised is the first step

Sam Copley  ·  06 March 2022

Violence against women: workers’ inquiry not judges’ cover-up

By Rebecca Anderson THE TRIAL of Wayne Couzens for the murder of Sarah Everard has shone a spotlight on violence against women and the inability of the police and judicial […]

Rebecca Anderson  ·  22 October 2021

Texas abortion ban is a class issue

By Marcus Otono (Nashville, Tennessee) Texas has become the testing ground for a new approach to the nearly 50 year-long battle over abortion rights in the United States. A new […]

Marcus Otono  ·  09 October 2021

Afghan women lead protests against Taliban repression

Afghan women are leading the way in organising anti-Taliban protests in Kabul and other parts of Afghanistan. They are doing what US and allied occupying forces failed to do: stand up to the Taliban.

Minerwa Tahir  ·  12 September 2021

Police officers evade prosecution for domestic violence

Only 43 of 800 accused officers have been prosecuted.

Alex Rutherford  ·  11 July 2021

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