The co-founder of an anti-fascist sports club in London talks sexism, self-defence and why more of us should bring sweat into our politics.
Kristen Ghodsee, an American ethnographer and a Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at Bowdoin College, discusses women’s movements in Eastern European countries, their common socialist past, and a general history of feminism throughout the world.
The transatlantic critical theorist compares the political crises in the US and Europe, calling for a renewed democratic left to overcome the Trumps and Le Pens of the world.
The Marxist feminist talks about the relationship between anti-work politics and the struggle against patriarchy.
According to the common saying, prostitution is the oldest profession in the world – but it isn’t. Midwifery is.
The Sicilian born Marxist-feminist talks about the new, global wave of women-led mobilisations and the continuing importance of class politics.
We travelled to Croatia to talk to activists and scholars about how social movements and other grassroots movements can expand their political influence.