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On International Working Women’s Day, the International Women’s Alliance (IWA) affirms its commitment to fight fascism, resist militarization and unite for liberation. We will strive to unite working women around the world against wars of aggression in the face of imperialism and exploitation. All working women and their families deserve to live in dignity, free… Continue reading Unafraid, International Working Women Advance Boldly to Rise, Resist and Fight!
This International Working Women’s Day, March 8, we women must unite to fight repression, fascism, militarization and wars of aggression. Just as we are taking part in struggles to defend our lands, our jobs, our livelihood and our rights, we must join the struggle for peace based on justice and equality. This is the legacy… Continue reading Women Say No to Imperialist War and Aggression! Strengthen the Women’s Movement and Fight for National and Social Liberation!
Statement of the International Women’s Alliance on the signing of the TPP The signing of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement today, February 4, 2016 in Auckland, New Zealand will be one of the biggest signing ceremonies as ministers from participating countries are set to witness the closing of one of the largest trade pact in… Continue reading JUNK TPP, OPPOSE FREE TRADE, FIGHT IMPERIALIST PLUNDER!
Manila – The Philippine-American War started in February 4, 1899 after a US soldier fired on a Filipino soldier at the Pinaglabanan Bridge in San Juan. This happened while the US Congress was divided between those who are inclined to an invasion and those who wanted a so-called ‘benevolent assimilation’. The incident tilted the… Continue reading IWA Joins Protest Action on the 117th Anniversary of Filipino-American War