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German Parliament approves colonialist pact against Greece

On Friday, the German Bundestag came together for an extraordinary session to vote on the initiation of negotiations with the Greek government based on the agreement reached last Sunday with the Troika.

Stefan Schneider

July 18, 2015

Left and Workers’ Front: once again on the United Front

Debates within the Left and Workers’ Front (FIT) in Argentina.

Matías Maiello

July 4, 2015

La verdad sobre una dirección que no estuvo a la altura de la heroica huelga de los trabajadores del subte

Felipe Guarnieri es delegado de la estación Santa Cruz del subte de San Pablo y miembro de la agrupación Metroviários Pela Base. Marília Rocha es una de las trabajadoras del subte despedidas durante el conflicto.

Left Voice

July 16, 2014

Hundreds of Thousands Demonstrate Across Argentina Against Femicides

#NiUnaMenos was a massive demonstration, one of the largest in the few last years. Thousands of people marched in 80 cities across Argentina. Workers, students, and youth joined to demand ¡Ni una menos! (Not one more murdered woman). Uruguay, Chile, and Mexico joined the protests.

How We Won Abortion Rights

Abortion rights were recently won in Argentina, Mexico, and Chile. Socialist feminists organized in Pan y Rosas explain how they did it.

Left Voice

July 17, 2022

Ireland and Argentina Won Abortion Rights through Struggle. Protecting Our Rights Here Won’t Be Any Different

Abortion rights are under threat in the United States. As the abortion movements in Ireland and Argentina have shown, the right to free, safe, and legal abortions can only be won through combative action and mass mobilization in the streets.

Emma Lee

December 11, 2021

The IMF Is a Weapon Against Women — They Have the Power to Fight Against It

The International Monetary Fund, based in Washington, has a very particular gender perspective. The adjustment plans it negotiates with the governments of debtor countries fall on the backs of working people, and it is women from the poorest households who are most affected. These effects are universal across the globe. This article uses Argentina to make the case.

Andrea D'Atri

November 30, 2021

This Wednesday: Andrea D’Atri Presents the Book “Bread and Roses”

On March 17, Andrea D'Atri will be presenting the new English-language edition of her book "Bread and Roses: Gender and Class Under Capitalism." The online event from the London radical booksellers Housmans will take place at 7pm GMT (London), 3pm EDT (New York), and 12pm PDT (Los Angeles). Free registration required.

Left Voice

March 15, 2021

After Decades of Struggle in the Streets, Argentina Legalizes Abortion

In a monumental victory for the feminist movement, Argentina has voted to make abortion legal and free during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. Socialist feminists have been on the frontlines of this struggle from the beginning.

Tatiana Cozzarelli

December 30, 2020

Abortion Rights in Argentina: Between Protests in the Streets and Horse Trading in Congress

On Friday, the lower house of Argentina’s Congress voted to legalize abortion. The Senate will vote on the bill on December 29. This not a gift from a supposedly progressive government. According to the founder of the socialist women’s group Pan y Rosas (Bread and Roses), this was a victory of the feminist movement.

Andrea D'Atri

December 14, 2020