The Women’s March was revamped this year under the motto that Oprah Winfrey and many more female celebrities in the Hollywood film & entertainment industry popularised recently to tackle the issue of sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace: TIME’S UP!
A week after the Catalan Referendum on October 1st, Spanish nationalists in London were calling to ‘bring back the common sense’ (#RecuperemElSeny).
On Tuesday, the 10 Downing Street (London) was the location for a protest against police repression and to defend people’s right to choose in Catalonia, after the attempt to celebrate a referendum last Sunday.
Catalan expats organised a demonstration in support of the independence of Catalonia and against the police brutality lived during the referendum for independence.
In the Pride Parade in London, last Saturday, July 8th 2017, associations and advocacy groups for the LGBTQ+ community marched along the biggest corporations and any major brand in the UK.
On February 4th, 2017, London’s Downing Street, where the official residence and office for the British Prime Minister Theresa May is, was the location chosen by human rights and political activists to end a protest that started at U.S. Embassy in Grosvenor Square.
Women and allies around the world marched today Saturday, January 21st 2017, for gender equality and human rights, on the awakening of the first day for Donald Trump’s presidency of the United States.