Perspectives on intersectionality

This webzine edition looks at intersectionality and its implications for anti-racism and other movements.

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Questioning intersectionality

In this brief essay I want to contribute to the Marxist-feminist analysis of the concept of “intersectionality.” How is it defined? How is it used? Do we see the (...)  Read More

’My struggle is your struggle’: Creating a convergence of struggles across anti-discrimination movements

Intersectionality is deeply connected with convergence of struggles. This concept is not new but still needs to be properly implemented by anti-discrimination (...)  Read More

The urgent needs of Black women in movements

When it comes to discussing different movements, the role of women is often overlooked. As a result, many names of women who have contributed to political and social (...)  Read More

Intersectionality: at the core of the women’s movement’s past, present and future

The European Women’s Lobby gives a feminist perspective on intersectionality and explains how it applies an intersectional approach in its own work. The (...)  Read More

Multi-dimensional discrimination: Justice for the whole person

The way discrimination is dealt with has evolved. Previously, discrimination was addressed through a single ground approach, thereby ignoring the reality of complex (...)  Read More

How can the EU address multiple discrimination?

Member of European Parliament Malin Björk (Sweden, GUE group) gives her views on what the EU and European Parliament can do to address multiple discrimination. 1. We (...)  Read More

Hybrid gender and cultural identities: double culture as a strength?

In the current historical and political context, how do sexual identities and identity representations develop within diaspora societies and communities who are (...)  Read More

Intersectionality in practice: ENAR’s Forgotten Women project

The “Forgotten Women” project was launched by ENAR earlier this year and aims at highlighting the disproportionate effect of Islamophobia on Muslim women. The research (...)  Read More