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Feminism for the Many
The World Transformed

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In the year that marks the hundredth anniversary of some women winning the vote, #MeToo has shone a light on the structural discrimination and endemic violence that women continue to suffer. It’s increasingly clear that women’s liberation requires a fundamental reordering of society. Join feminists from the UK, Ireland, Chile and the United States to explore how we can develop a feminism that not only challenges sexism, but also forms of oppression and exploitation based on class, race and nation. No socialism without feminism, no feminism without socialism!

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Full session recording by The World Transformed. (2018-10-15)


Tithi Bhattacharya

Professor of South Asian history and Director of Global Studies at Purdue university, Indiana

Nelini Stamp
Campaigner // Working Families Party

National Organizing Director at the Working Families Party and member of Resistance Revival Chorus

Sofia Brito

Activist in the Chilean student movement and feminist campaigner

Elif Sarican

UK Coordinator of Kurdistan Students Union. Activist of the Kurdish Women’s Movement.

Eva O'Connor

Irish stage actress, playwright and campaigner to Repeal the 8th Amendment

Holly Rigby

Teacher and Momentum activist