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The country said it was time to legalise abortion seven months ago. But for those on the ground, almost nothing has changed.
Neo-fascist Jair Bolsonaro is now the most extreme right-wing leader of any democratic country. We ask sociologist and Brazil expert Jesse Souza what happens next.
Yesterday, hundreds of protesters gathered outside the home office in support of the activists, who were convicted after blocking a deportation flight in 2017.
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From Audre Lorde to Leonora Carrington, Silver Press is the London publishing house uncovering forgotten feminist gems.