How women can decide the Brazilian election

by Isabela Oliveira Kalil An article published by The New York Times, on September 24, examined the Brazilian presidential election scenario and defined Jair Bolsonaro, the leader in the contest as “the politician who has publicly called women ignorant, too ugly to be raped and ...
Read more

Women in the 2018 Brazilian elections: paradoxes and democratic resistance

by Denise Mantovani It is not easy to analyze an electoral context in “real time”. But we cannot, however, escape from examining the 2018 Brazilian elections from a feminist gender perspective. This is so because the themes that inhabit the feminist perspective are at the center of ...
Read more

Sexual politics in September 2018

September is the key moment of the year in the global struggle for abortion rights, as the 28th marks the International Safe Abortion Day. In its bulletin, the International Campaign for Women’s Right to Safe Abortion (ICWRSA) shared twenty-eight success stories of abortion struggle ...
Read more

A project based at abia Support