The journal offers an insight into feminist struggles around the world. Current struggles against forced marriage of migrant women in Europe,organizing processes of women in Afghanistan or the struggle for the right to abortion in Colombia, Poland or in the USA are some examples of the struggle portraits that are addressed here in the journal.
With interviews, portraits and real examples of struggle, one learns about current struggles of the feminist movement.
Through these article-collection, you have the opportunity to gain knowledge and see how many levels the struggles occur. Ultimately, they reach a common intersection - the pursuit of justice for all women* (all non-male persons such as women, lesbians, intersex, trans persons, and asexuals).
Many women are forced into marriage against their will. According to 2014 figures from UNICEF, 700 million women worldwide have undergone forced marriage. But what is at stake here? What is the difference between a migrant woman forced into marriage and a native-born woman forced into marriage?
This article takes a closer look at this and other questions.
Feminicides are murders of women and people who are read as female by the perpetrators. These murders happen because the perpetrators devalue and hate everything feminine.
Who owns our bodies? No struggle poses this question in such a radical way as the global fight for abortion rights.
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