30.11.2020
The Cost of Care: Rethinking Value in Times of Crisis

The burden of essential work has fallen heavily on the shoulders of women during the pandemic, even as the economy continues to undervalue them.

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18.09.2020
Abortion Debate in Malta: Between Progress, Catholic Morality and Patriarchy

Raisa Galea explores the contradictions of a debate which is bound to questions of national identity, morality and sovereignty.

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23.06.2020
Tackling the Menstruation Taboo

Menstrual capitalism reproduces deeply entrenched taboos to profit at the expense of wellbeing, environment and gender equality.

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28.05.2019
Basic Income Has Always Been a Women’s Cause

In the UK, women spearheaded early campaigns for a basic income. Natalie Bennett explains why the feminist case for a UBI remains strong today.

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15.05.2019
Europe Will Not Collapse But It Might Rot From Within

CEU gender studies professor Andrea Pető explores the challenge that illiberal regimes pose for gender equality and the values of modernity.

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08.03.2019
“Doomed to Failure”: Orbán’s Neoconservative Family Policies in Hungary

The Eurozine editor-in-chief talks women’s rights in Hungary under Orbán’s illiberal regime and its pro-family policies.

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01.06.2018
The Road to Repeal: How Ireland said ‘Yes’

Thanks to energetic grassroots campaigning and a steady shift in social attitudes, women in Ireland have finally won the right to choose whether to have child or not.

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05.03.2018
Challenging power: #MeToo and women’s rights

Could the #MeToo movement be a springboard to change? A key voice within the European Parliament talks women’s rights and fighting sexism.

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05.12.2017
Unemployment, Pensions, Loneliness – Poverty Treats Men and Women Differently

Looking at food banks and poverty in Finland with a gendered lens can yield insights into its causes and solutions.

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29.08.2017
“Resistance Alone Is Not Enough” – Women’s Rights and Illiberal Democracies

Andrea Pető, a historian and professor at Hungary’s Central European University, discusses the struggles of women’s rights activists and organisations in the context of illiberal governments, arguing that identifying the mechanisms which undermine or threaten to roll back social progress helps us to better understand these forces.

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