Our Wall of Honor

We’re marking this year’s International Women’s Day (cis/trans/X!) in part by sharing our first ever Wall of Honor, which we’ll be updating every week this month during our campaign. Behind every name you see on the wall is a person who believes, just as we do, that everyone deserves equal rights every day of the year, […]

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A Week on Intersectional Feminism

This first week of our campaign has focused on intersectional feminism. We’ve jumped into information, tools and resources that help us to learn and grow our knowledge of intersectional feminism and how it affects our community. So how does that all come together?  Learning We kicked off the first half of the week learning about […]

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A campaign for LEARNING | GROWING | TAKING ACTION

Today, we’re launching our first-ever Neighborhood Feminists campaign, with the direct fundraising aim of providing more period products and essentials for people in Amsterdam who can’t afford them. (Of course, it’s all online, in keeping with the restrictions of the times…) Period poverty in Amsterdam Here’s the hard truth: in Amsterdam, 1 in 5 people […]

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Rutte Cabinet Collapses : a brief explainer of the ‘Toeslagenaffaire’ and why it matters

Today the Dutch governing coalition stood down after an independent report confirmed tax authorities falsely accused over 26,000 parents of fraud, requiring them to pay childcare benefit debts that did not in fact exist. The government’s actions led to family bankruptcies, depression, divorce, and evictions, and targeted those with dual nationality and of limited means. […]

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To consider on International Migrants Day

Daryll Ricardo Landbrug pursues radical equality through his many activities as a youth social worker, teacher, and public speaker based in Amsterdam. A Bij1 candidate for the 2021 Dutch Parliamentary elections, he’s one of the people we follow both on Instagram and in ‘real life’. Today, he shared some personal thoughts about International Migrants Day. […]

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