International Women’s day started out with a strike! On 8 March 2020 women across the world will again strike against the unfair conditions under which we live. Last year half a million people in the UK were forced to rely on food banks, one in six parents went hungry to feed their kids while billionaires […]
Women’s Strike 2020 – Call to Action Each year on the 8th March women across the world go on strike. We refuse to do all the work – both paid and unpaid – that keeps the world clean, fed and healthy. The Women’s Strike transforms the traditional strike. For hundreds of years the work that […]
On International Women’s Day we strike against the sexist, racist and criminal laws that jeopardise the lives of sex workers. On March 8th we will refuse to do sex/work for money and we will not carry out the domestic, sex and care work that we are expected to do for free: the jobs that keep our communities, families and the system we live in ticking over.
Feminist Valentines Day Special x Strike for Climate Feb 14 6.30pm National Gallery Steps Trafalgar Square Starting in Chile, where the feminist movement has been at the centre to the latest wave of uprisings, ‘The Rapist in Your Path’ has spread across the world being performed in over 200 cities and 40 different countries. The chorus “The rapist […]
What is feminist about UCU strikes? We, from the Leicester Women’s Strike Assembly (WSA), show our fullest solidarity for the UCU strikes. Not only are we fighting for better working conditions universally. We especially want to highlight the feminist aspects of the strikes. The UCU strikes will start on 25th November, coinciding with the international […]
We at the Solidarity Economy Association are supporting the Women’s Strike on 8 March, with several of our worker members taking part. Actively participating in action with movements that share our values is an essential part of creating a thriving solidarity economy for the UK – an economy based on justice, diversity and pluralism, co-operation, self-management, ecological sustainability, […]
We have called a global feminist strike for the 8th of March. We strike because we are being killed in the streets and in our homes; we strike because we are being exploited, paid less, and because we are being discriminated by the colour of our skin or heritage. Many of us have been left […]