Interview with Journalist Natalie Alcoba on the Women’s Movement in Argentina

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In this extended cut of our interview with Argentine-Canadian journalist Natalie Alcoba, we go deeper on Argentina’s women’s movement, including #NiUnaMenos and the fight for reproductive rights. Natalie also sheds light on the dynamic interaction between politics and feminism and what to expect in the near future in Argentina.


How Argentina rose up against the murder of women (The Guardian)

#NiUnaMenos five years on (The Guardian)

Mexican Women Are Going on Strike on March 9 to Protest the Femicide Epidemic (Teen Vogue)

Argentina’s Economy Crumbles as Buenos Aires Lockdown Continues (Foreign Policy)

Argentina’s Underground Abortion Network Won’t Let a Pandemic Get in Its Way (Vice)


Music by Chogo El Bandeño used under an Attribution-NonCommercial ShareAlike 4.0 International Creative Commons

Header image by Soyyosoycocomiel – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

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