This year, Pride events and mobilizations across the country take place in profoundly difficult conditions, marked by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and deep economic crisis. The twin threats of the economic crisis and the pandemic are [...]
Following the refusal of the country’s king, Mswati III, to approve the registration of an organization advocating for LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer+) rights, the Communist Party of Swaziland issued a statement of [...]
Forty-five years ago, on International Women’s Day, Cuba passed the first Family Code, which covered legal obligations regarding marriage, divorce, relationships, recognition of children and their education and care. Cuba’s new constitution was [...]
Women around the world are rising up for equal rights, against war, and for environmental and climate justice. In India, women are at the forefront of massive protests against the reactionary, Hindu nationalist BJP government of Narendra Modi. [...]
Cuba has made incredible gains in recent decades, by carrying out active measures to facilitate Pride organizations, denounce homophobia, and enact more progressive policy by embracing sexual diversity.
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