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What happened in September 2020?

Hello everyone, We will post every month a recap of the news related to gender and feminist issues around the world! The Covid-19 crisis has increased the number of girls forced to get married due to economic problems. In many countries, the girls often get married to sustain their family financially using the dowry, bringing […]

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#Monday14septembre

#Monday14septembre is the hashtag created by middle and high school students, in France, to denounce sexist clothing rules in their schools. On Monday, September 14th 2020, a movement of girls and women this hashtag launched who organised themselves to go to school wearing what could be perceived as “provocative,” according to patriarchal rules. It all […]

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The Feminist Club Amsterdam (FCA) is back!

Hello everyone! We formed a highly motivated team committed to give the website a fresh new start. From now on we will discuss, exchange, post and share material about a huge range of issues. The goal is to include several perspectives that can enrich our knowledge and allow us to see the world from different […]

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Don’t send Afghans back

Don’t send Afghans back – an indepth interview on why we need to march the 26th of May  From the demonstration in february 2018 – photo by author Next saturday on the 26th of May a demonstration for Afghan refugees will take place in different cities in The Netherlands. To get everyone up to date […]

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Volunteers wanted!

Dear FCA members, we are growing in size and in need of more people to keep FCA running. We currently have different positions open, so if you would like to be more involved do keep on reading! Facebook moderator Dear members, we are in need of one or more new moderators for the online group. […]

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They are already home

They are already home (Image: DeGoedeZaak) DeGoedeZaak launched a new campaign last week with the slogan: ‘they are already home’ referring to 400 children who have been living in The Netherlands for at least five years but have are still waiting for their residence permit or even worse; fearing deportation. In the last few years […]