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Attacks on abortion in the US meet resistance

Attacks on abortion in the US meet resistance Activists are fighting Donald Trump’s new attacks on abortion rights, writes Eleanor Claxton-Mayer

How do we beat Trump?

How do we beat Trump? After huge protests against Donald Trump, activists from across the United States told Socialist Worker about how they’re organising to bring down the monster in the White House

Resistance fills streets of London as 100,000 join Women's March

Resistance fills streets of London as 100,000 join Womens March Around 100,000 people joined the Women’s March in London last Saturday, rejecting Donald Trump and the bigotry he represents and thrives on.

Millions worldwide reject Trump’s sexist bigotry

Millions worldwide reject Trump’s sexist bigotry Over 5 million people globally marched for women’s rights and against Donald Trump last Saturday, according to the official Women’s March organisers.

Women’s Marches showed we can resist the right and fight for a radically different world

Women’s Marches showed we can resist the right and fight for a radically different world The Women’s Marches last Saturday were a brilliant boost to everyone struggling for a better world.

Weekend of protests against Donald Trump hits London

Weekend of protests against Donald Trump hits London Video report from protests organised by Stand Up To Racism and Women's March on London at Donald Trump's inauguration as US president.

Eyewitness report from the Women's March in Washington

21 January 2017
The streets of Washington DC were rammed full today, Saturday, in an inspiring show of strength against US president Donald Trump.

100,000 join Women's March in London

21 January 2017
Tens of thousands of people joined the Women's March from the US embassy in Grosvenor Square to Trafalgar Square in London today, Saturday. They were rejecting Donald Trump and the bigotry he represents and thrives on.

Anti-choice bigots launch new attack on abortion rights after Trump's election

13 December 2016
We are already feeling the effect of Donald Trump’s election in the US. The war on women’s rights has started.

‘Red Ellen’ Wilkinson - How a radical campaigner was limited by Labour

01 November 2016
A new biography of MP and campaigner Ellen Wilkinson documents her fight for radical change—and how a commitment to parliament scuppered it, writes Nick Clark

How do bosses still dare to pay women lower wages?

01 November 2016
The resilience of the gender pay gap is nothing to celebrate, Sadie Robinson argues—and the reasons tell us something about how the system uses sexism

Ched Evans retrial - process will discourage women from reporting rape

18 October 2016
Footballer Ched Evans was found not guilty of rape last week, following a retrial after his conviction for rape in 2012.

The system needs sexism—fight to get rid of it

13 September 2016
Two reports this week showed how girls and young women are being failed by the system.

Activists push to turn the tide against ‘burkini’ ban

30 August 2016
The Collective Against Islamophobia in France (CCIF) is campaigning to overturn the bans.

Caster Semenya's success should be celebrated, not denigrated

23 August 2016
South African athlete Caster Semenya won the women’s 800 metre gold medal at the Olympics.

Campaign to keep Doncaster Women's Aid wins

26 July 2016
Women’s Lives Matter campaigners who fought to defend domestic violence (DV) services in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, are celebrating after winning council funding for a new service.

How can we win sexual liberation?

21 June 2016
On the first Pride demonstration in London in 1972 cops openly shouted homophobic abuse and were aggressive towards the 2,000 marchers.

Stand up to the bigots' attack on a woman's right to choose

17 May 2016
Right wing rags attacked the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) over abortion this week.

Woman sentenced after having an abortion in Northern Ireland

05 April 2016
A woman in Northern Ireland was this week given a suspended prison sentence after inducing an abortion.

Reports round up

05 April 2016
Protesters were set to demonstrate in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, on Wednesday of this week to defend the town’s Women’s Aid service.

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