Economie

  • Weaving ourselves for life: Stopping feminicides

    “For the lives of our pioneers and precursors. Not one more feminicide.” Dozens of women’s organizations and individuals have launched a campaign to denounce and confront feminicide as a product of the relations of power and domination that the patriarchal system…

  • Cross-Border Feminists call on women to celebrate 1 May

    “We call on everyone who rejects the patriarchal, exploitative, colonial, and racist violence to mobilize and join together to enrich and strengthen the global feminist struggle.” Different feminist, transfeminist and anti-patriarchal groups and movements from all over the world call…

  • Statement of Kongra Star to the 105th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide

    Today, April 24th is the commemoration day of the Armenian genocide, which took place in 1915 – 105 years ago. This massacre was carried out by the Ottomans against the Armenian, Syriac, Chaldean and Greek populations. This was a continuation…

  • Kongra Star: “No Kurd can remain silent in the face of the attacks on Makhmour and Zînê Wertê”

    We share the following statement from Kongra Star, the umbrella organization of the women’s movement in Rojava: To the public and to Kurdish society: To begin, we respectfully commemorate the three Kurdish women who died in Makhmour and in the…

  • Kongra Star: situation is sensitive in Imrali, quick intervention is necessary

    In the sensitive situation in the world, Turkey continues to reject requests to visit the leader Ocalan and political detainees, and appealed to humanitarian and human rights organizations to intervene to check on the situation of the detainees, member of…

  • UNHCR says women refugees most at risk because of COVID-19

    The Assistant High Commissioner for Protection at UNHCR, Gillian Triggs, warned today that the COVID-19 is inducing massive protection risks for women and girls forced to flee their homes Assistant High Commissioner for Protection at UNHCR, Gillian Triggs, said: “We…

  • “Women must defend women!”

    We interviewed Naima Mehmud, co-chair of the Mala Jin (Women’s House) in the canton of Heseke. We talked with her about the work of Mala Jin and how it is influenced by the current Turkish state’s invasion and war and…

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