Spain - Large feminist strike for equal rights - March 31, 2018

According to the organisers 5.3 million followed a strike call by women's organisations, trade unions and other organisations for the first ‘feminist strike’ in the country's history. With their strike the women were protesting discrimination at work and sexual violence. All over the country there were public rallies under the slogan ‘If the women go on strike, then the world stands still’. The women were encouraged to not only participate in the protests and stay away from their workplaces. They were also called upon to stop work at home and neither clean nor cook.

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