Feminismos Internacionalistas

In recent years, feminist movements have become a strong and diverse transnational force that is challenging right-wing populism as well as authoritarian neoliberalism. They are coordinating the international feminist strikes on March 8 and generating other, ongoing spaces for dialogue and exchange across national borders.

This doesn’t mean making abstractions or generalizations from local differences. On the contrary, it seeks to paint a more complete picture of the interlocking systems of oppression, on which the global capitalist market is based, and to find common ground between struggles. In this way, feminist movements simultaneously act both locally and transnationally, deconstructing traditional ideas of what internationalism should look like, enacting a new form of internationalism based on creating everyday connections between situated struggles.

We accompany the construction of those transnational feminist networks that have a left, intersectional, antipatriarchal, anticapitalist and socio-ecological perspective, which are strongly rooted in the Global South. That accompaniment also includes the promotion of platforms for dialogue with more traditional actors and institutions, as well as strengthening and expanding the networks and coordination between movements, in order to build radical democratic systems that put our collective well-being at the center.


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International Day for the Elimination of Violence

This November 25, household employees from different countries bring together their demands in this document as part of the women’s and feminist movement for a life free of sexist violence.

Newsletter 11/2022

What are the points of contact between totalitarianisms and right-wing shift in societies marked by hatred towards gays, lesbians, and trans people. The violent defense of the privileges of powerful heterosexual white men seems to lie behind both processes. Thus, it is no easy fight.


Fighting the extreme right today, as well as the precarity and fears that fuel it, requires decidedly committing to a feminism for everyone.

Clara Serra


This is about nothing less than the question of how political organizations can create structures and a culture that enable women and other disadvantaged groups to participate equally, free of discrimination, and in this way become more democratic.



The Acción Trans Combativa collective in Madrid is a strong force within the fight against fascism and conservatism, as well as within the feminist movement. Interview with Kiar Ciotoli.

Juliana Díaz Lozano


Is it possible to construct an LGBTQI+ memory of state terrorism in Argentina? We interviewed Cristian Prieto, a journalist, activist, and researcher about LGBTQI+ disappeared during the last military dictatorship.

Juliana Díaz Lozano

Audiovisual series

Los Innombrables is an audiovisual series in Spanish about conservative perspectives that have spread in Latin America in recent years that oppose the expansion of rights for women and diverse sexualities. It was produced by the RLS Ecuador office.

RLS Ecuador


Aravani Art Project is an art collective led by trans and cis women in India that aims to strengthen the visibility of the LGBTQIA+ community. Its promoters explain what the project is about, which uses street art to denounce gender-based violence and postulate the struggle

Juliana Díaz Lozano


Ecofeminisms show the way to project a world with a future. Its different currents, contributions, and debates show us that human beings are interdependent and ecodependent.


Depatriarchalization of energy? Reflections on energy self-determination from the perspective of grassroots feminisms from Chile for a post-extractivist transition.

Francisca Fernández Droguett