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Interview with Louise Grabo, former Vice-President of CUF (Sweden)

1.On your blog, you introduce yourself as a farmer who grew up in Vara. How did you start your activism and become involved in CUF? In my campaign for the national elections in 2018, I called myself a “bonntös” (which…

Backlash Against Feminism

Since the 19th century, Feminism has achieved many of its goals, including women’s suffrage, greater access to education, the right to initiate divorce proceedings, women’s right to own property, the freedom to plan their families and so on. While these…

Burkini: The “Conseil d’Etat” puts a stop to the gallop – Jeunes Radicaux de Gauche

Playtime is over.  The Conceil d’Etat, France’s highest administrative court, ruled against the “anti-burkini” bylaw of the municipality of Villeneuve-Loubet (French Riviera). In France, the end of the summer was given rhythm by a sad debate. This was an embarrassment…

Women’s rights are a global challenge – Samira Rafaela

During a training course in Nairobi last year I was once again reminded of the importance of women’s rights and global education. Last November the Council of Europe organized the 11th Africa-Europe training course for youth organizations in dynamic Nairobi,…

Policy versus Gender: Why Feminists Aren’t Supporting Hillary Clinton – Danika Kimball

The Democratic race for the presidency is well under way, with just under two months to go until the Iowa Caucus. Polls indicate that Hillary Clinton is leading in the race so far, despite her opponent Bernie Sanders’ surprising wave…

What is the sense of fighting for gender equality focusing on the issues of one of the sexes? – Julia Rudenko

John Stuart Mill believed that until conditions of equality exist, no one can possibly assess the natural differences between women and men. Mill spoke about human rights in general with focus on voting rights for women. Mary Wollstonecraft encouraged women…