Russian feminist movement

News and analysis from the Russian feminist movement

Fünf Texte aus der russischen Antikriegsbewegung
ak - analyse & kritik | Zeitung für linke Debatte und Praxis
September 23, 2022
Full coverage by Feminist Anti-War Resistance of yesterday's Russian protest against 'partial mobilisation’
Green Left and Links European Bureau
September 22, 2022
Φεμινιστική Αντι-Πολεμική Αντίσταση (Ρωσία): Τι υποστηρίζουμε & για τι αγωνιζόμαστε;
August 26, 2022
Russia: “The Government Was Concerned About the Birth Rate Before the War”
Posle Anastasia Novkunskaya
August 20, 2022
Menaces sur le droit à l'avortement en Russie
August 19, 2022
Why? Because!”: how an Russian anti-war exhibition was turned into a pro-war event
July 20, 2022
Note on war and domestic violence
July 17, 2022
Russian feminists in solidarity
July 7, 2022
Nel coro anonimo della dissidenza russa, la parola letteraria contro la menzogna
Valentina Parisi
June 26, 2022
Доклад ФАС на 50-й сессии Совета по правам человека
June 25, 2022
Inside the Russian Resistance Against Putin’s War
Ashley Smith
June 23, 2022
Armenian activist won’t stop fight for trans rights – despite the threats
Lucy Martirosyan
June 20, 2022
La cara femenina del movimiento antiguerra: ¿Por qué protestan las mujeres?
Ella Rossman
June 11, 2022
Jak ruští muži nabízejí ukrajinským ženám pomoc výměnou za sex a domácí práce
Darja Kučerenková Anna Ryžkovová Darja Solomennikovová
June 2, 2022

How to follow Russia's feminist anti-war movement if you don't speak Russian?

This English translation of the Feminist Resistance's Telegram channel give a vivid picture of how opposition to the war and to Putin's regime is evolving, and how the peace movement is organising. With more than 32,000 members. this is the largest circulation social media of the Russian peace movement. This daily translation and editing is provided by Green Left Weekly and Links European Bureau.

The Facebook page of the Feminist Anti-War Movement has a selection of articles and photos, as well as useful links.

Report of the Feminist antiwar movement (FAS) at the UN Human Rights Council

On June 23, in the margins of the 50th session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, a parallel conference entitled “The human rights situation in the Russian Federation. Reaching out to civil society as human rights violations escalate”. Liliya Vezhevatova, FAS coordinator, spoke about the scale of the anti-war movement in Russia and the support they request to end the war as soon as possible.