Let’s build our spaces of freedom against the pandemic of masculine violence!

All around the world we witness a rise in annihilation attacks against women, with the aim of suppressing and undermining our pursuit for freedom. This dreadful increase in violence against women is directly related to the crisis of the patriarchal capitalist system. This system continues its existence mostly by exploiting women; the crisis and chaoticContinue reading “Let’s build our spaces of freedom against the pandemic of masculine violence!”

IWA Condemns the Arrest of Leyla Güven

The International Women’s Alliance (IWA) strongly condemns the arrest of Parliamentarian Leyla  Güven,  last June 4,2020.  Leyla Güven   was arrested in Diyarbakir, Turkey,  together with two other Parliament members,   HDP Musa Farisoğulları and CHP MP Enis  Berberoğlu. On the morning of June 4, 2020, the immunity of the three Parliamentarians were lifted followed by theirContinue reading “IWA Condemns the Arrest of Leyla Güven”

IWA Condemns Illegal Arrest of Sagip Kanayunan Volunteers

The International Women’s Alliance (IWA) strongly condemns the arrest and detenion of  seven volunteer relief workers of Sagip Kanayunan (Relief Countryside) and Tulong Anakpawis (Help the Toiling masses) and former Representative Ariel Casilao last April 19,2020.  The relief workers were on a humanitarian relief mission to deliver relief goods and food packs to residents of StioContinue reading “IWA Condemns Illegal Arrest of Sagip Kanayunan Volunteers”

Public Health Not Private Profit! International Women’s Alliance Netherlands Chapter

In countries across the global North, the coronavirus pandemic has revealed the deep crisis of capitalism and its failure to protect the lives of people over protection of the economy.  The past few weeks have seen governments around the world rolling out huge economic packages to protect the economy as lockdowns, quarantine and stay-in shelterContinue reading “Public Health Not Private Profit! International Women’s Alliance Netherlands Chapter”

JOKOWI GOVERNMENT MUST BE RESPONSIBLE BY PROVIDING MEDICINE, HEALTH, AND FOOD GUARANTEE FOR WOMEN AND PEOPLE

Statement by Seruni (Indonesian Women’s Union) Imperialism and its puppet regime Joko Widodo increasingly continue to reveal themselves to the people with their incompetence in handling the Corona Virus Disease Pandemic 2019 ( COVID-19 ) and show their inability to overcome the problem as a result of a crisis in imperialism and a semi-colonial andContinue reading “JOKOWI GOVERNMENT MUST BE RESPONSIBLE BY PROVIDING MEDICINE, HEALTH, AND FOOD GUARANTEE FOR WOMEN AND PEOPLE”

IWA joins WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD RISING for JUSTICE AND SOLIDARITY, against MILITARISM, FASCISM AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

On 8th March, International Working Women’s Day 2020 International Women’s Alliance calls on all its members and allies to engage in strikes, demonstrations, marches, and other militant activities to mark International Working Women’s Day this Sunday, March 8. Around the world we are witnessing and participating in, an unprecedented number of popular movements where womenContinue reading “IWA joins WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD RISING for JUSTICE AND SOLIDARITY, against MILITARISM, FASCISM AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN”

Effects of the Turkish Invasion of North and East Syria on Women and Children

The following dossier about the effects of the Turkish invasion of North and East Syria on Women and children has been prepared by our friends at Kongra Star Diplomacy.  The following dossier is available for download. Effects of war on women and children 2019

International Women’s Alliance says Fight the Politics of Misogyny with the Politics of Resistance!

On November 25, the International Women’s Alliance views with alarm the rise of neo-fascist and right-wing regimes and the spread of reactionary ideology, from the US and its European allies to the regimes it supports in Brazil, India, the Philippines and elsewhere. Women’s hard-won rights are being rolled back or questioned as heads of stateContinue reading “International Women’s Alliance says Fight the Politics of Misogyny with the Politics of Resistance!”

Communique on the Women for Peace and Justice Conference in Hong Kong

International Women’s Alliance Asia Pacific successfully launched with 32 organizations represented by 56 individuals from 16 countries. Following a successful two-day conference and a CSO-Parliamentarian dialogue on June 21-22, 2019 in Hong Kong. The conference, Women for Peace and Justice: Engaging stakeholders as advocates and peace builders to forward the call for peace and socialContinue reading “Communique on the Women for Peace and Justice Conference in Hong Kong”

Solidarity with Kashmir

Today around eight million Kashmiris under Indian Occupation face torture, incarceration, and brutal suppression of all their political and human rights, including, very fundamentally, the right to life and liberty. Though Kashmiris have faced repression, violence amounting to crimes against humanity, in the midst of whittling down of the constitutional guarantees for more than 70Continue reading “Solidarity with Kashmir”