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.

LINKS:

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)

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