International Women’s Day 2014: a new opportunity to struggle for women’s rights in the labour movement and internationally

Well this isn’t going to be a long post for sure, but just to say after many months of silence from this blog ( although I certainly haven’t been silent), I will publishing on here again to mark International Women’s Day 2014 and to report on the various IWD protests planned in my city, Cardiff, including the Stop Violence Against Women protest I’ve helped to organise alongside fellow activists in Cardiff Feminist Network on the day. I will be publishing the speech I plan to give at this event about the socialist and working class as well as feminist  origins of IWD and what lessons it has for women and the labour movement today. That’s it from me for now! In struggle and solidarity, SaraImage

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