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Transparenting Workshop: a summary of some key ideas, #ILGA2016BKK


A post from last November,  which I wrote while in Bangkok for the ILGA World Conference. Time for recapitulation and continuing work re. TransParenting. Our reproductive rights, access to services and right to have a family with manifold and multiple … Continue reading

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No, Jeremy, don’t do it


Originally posted on Road To Somewhere Else:
By Daniel Margrain Those who were paying attention during Yvette Cooper’s challenge for the Labour leadership last year would have been aware of the undisclosed £75,000 businessman Dan Jarvis contributed to the New Labour…

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We need to talk about Diane Abbott. Now. (EXPLICIT CONTENT)


Originally posted on JACK MONROE:
This is not a recipe. I wrote this as a series of tweets today and readers asked for it as a blog post, so here it is. Our politics may differ, so feel free to…

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Cop on Comrades


Originally posted on Feminist Ire:
We are a group of activist women from a wide variety of backgrounds, races, ethnicities, and sexual orientations. Last week, a good number of the left-wing men we work and organise with seriously disappointed us.…

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Decolonising the academy: the only way forward: 1


An eye-opener of a sojourn? My recent visit to Canada, to attend the two largest academic events in political science in francophone and Anglophone Canada, was an eye opener, and a stark reminder of the ways in which racial, socioeconomic … Continue reading

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