Has women’s day been cancelled in the Balkans?

Wrapped in a perfumed Valentine’s-meets-Mother’s-Day packaging, year after year International Women’s Day seems to become further stripped of its political flavour. What is worrying is that this occurs at a time when women face deteriorating conditions across south-east Europe, in their homes, at the work place and society at large. LeftEast asked activists, researchers and feminist thinkers about the cross-temporal meaning of the day, the current state of women’s struggles in their countries and their sources of inspiration.

Serbia: http://www.europe-solidaire.org/ecrire/?exec=article&id_article=44034

Macedonia: http://www.europe-solidaire.org/ecrire/?exec=article&id_article=44035

Croatia: http://www.europe-solidaire.org/ecrire/?exec=article&id_article=44031

Greece: http://www.europe-solidaire.org/ecrire/?exec=article&id_article=44033

Slovenia: http://www.europe-solidaire.org/ecrire/?exec=article&id_article=44032

Adela Gjorgjioska

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