Longlist Portugal (pdf)
Contact: Joana Sales
A longlist was selected with important feminist texts.
A letter appealing to international feminist solidarity with the journalist Maria Antónia Palla, who was being tried in court for having made a tv program about clandestine abortion, was sent by Portuguese feminists on May 7th 1979.
An anonymous group of unionist women subscribed in 1978 a manifesto asking for an active participation of working women in unions.
This report reveals the data from 2008, where 46 women were murdered by their husbands, partners or ex-partners.
The Feminism Manifesto, based on a sample of data from different women’s associations.
The first manifesto on contraception and on the universal right to abortion.
the main subject is violence against women. It features texts on sexual violence, religion, contraception, self-defense, the origins of agression, and violence suffered by women while in prison.
The portuguese Women’s Liberation Movement presents, with this text, their first publication and the first portuguese feminist manifesto, produced after the implement of democracy.