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“Clearly, the world to question is that of heterosexual hegemony” - Susy Shock

Susy Shock is a trans artivist from Argentina who has published four books, an album, and a documentary about her life. Raised in tenement housing in the city of Buenos Aires, Susy recognizes the privilege of having grown up in a home where she felt accepted for who she is.

Source: AWID

“Clearly, the world to question is that of heterosexual hegemony” - Susy Shock

Susy Shock is a trans artivist from Argentina who has published four books, an album, and a documentary about her life. Raised in tenement housing in the city of Buenos Aires, Susy recognizes the privilege of having grown up in a home where she felt accepted for who she is.

Source: AWID

“Clearly, the world to question is that of heterosexual hegemony” - Susy Shock

Susy Shock is a trans artivist from Argentina who has published four books, an album, and a documentary about her life. Raised in tenement housing in the city of Buenos Aires, Susy recognizes the privilege of having grown up in a home where she felt accepted for who she is.

Source: AWID

Five inspirational feminists you should know and honour today

Documenting the lives of departed feminists, and sharing their stories, honours their memories and inspires future generations.

Source: openDemocracy and AWID

Five inspirational feminists you should know and honour today

Documenting the lives of departed feminists, and sharing their stories, honours their memories and inspires future generations.

Source: openDemocracy and AWID

Five inspirational feminists you should know and honour today

Documenting the lives of departed feminists, and sharing their stories, honours their memories and inspires future generations.

Source: openDemocracy and AWID

Micaela García and the Ni una menos (Not One Less) movement

Every 30 hours in Argentina, a woman, girl or trans woman is murdered on account of their gender. One such woman was Micaela García a twenty one year old activist and a member of the Ni Una Menos (Not One Less) movement, which was formed to protest the high numbers of women murdered in the country.

Source: AWID

Micaela García and the Ni una menos (Not One Less) movement

Every 30 hours in Argentina, a woman, girl or trans woman is murdered on account of their gender. One such woman was Micaela García a twenty one year old activist and a member of the Ni Una Menos (Not One Less) movement, which was formed to protest the high numbers of women murdered in the country.

Source: AWID

Micaela García and the Ni una menos (Not One Less) movement

Every 30 hours in Argentina, a woman, girl or trans woman is murdered on account of their gender. One such woman was Micaela García a twenty one year old activist and a member of the Ni Una Menos (Not One Less) movement, which was formed to protest the high numbers of women murdered in the country.

Source: AWID

Infant health and women’s rights at risk from corporate interests

Parents deserve to make a free and informed decision on how the best feed their children. Now, a new initiative threatens to increase the power of corporate actors in setting and regulating the standards of marketing.

Source: AWID