Last week, a rally and a demonstration against the imperialist war in Ukraine took place in Berlin Wedding.

The activities for the Women's Struggle Day began this year with an evening demonstration.

The EU summit taking place today in Versailles is discussing, among other things, how an energy supply without reliance on Russian resources could be achieved. Around 40% of gas supplies currently come from Russia, which is to be drastically reduced - around two-thirds less gas is to be procured from Russia this year.

Norway reports that Kampkomiteen raises the slogans ”Combat and resist!” and ”Combat violence against women!” in a statement calling out for the 8th of March titled ”Ut på gata 8. mars!” (Out on the street 8th of March!)

Shortly before the presidential elections in April, the French government passed a law at the end of February that allows women to have an abortion up to the 14th week of an unwanted pregnancy.

In Norway, proletarian revolutionaries are developing a powerful mobilisation campaign for International Women's Struggle Day on 8 of March. Especially in the Norwegian capital Oslo, actions have been developed that uphold the proletarian spirit of 8 March and put proletarian feminism in the foreground. We hereby give a small overview of the actions that have been made and published by the Norwegian comrades of Tjen Folket Media and recommend our readers to check the site regularly.


In Oslo slogans have been painted with the text “Proletarian feminism for communism” and “For a class line in the women’s movement”, additionally a wall painting has been shared with calling for a demonstration on the 8th of march.


France's Interior Minister has announced that the left-wing internet platform "Nantes Révoltée" will be banned. The internet platform has existed for ten years and is accessed by millions of readers every month.