#NiUnaMenos (“Not one [woman] less”) is an Argentine feminist movement that campaigns against gender-based violence and has spread across several Latin American countries. The campaign was started by a collective of Argentine female artists, journalists and academics, and has grown into “a continental alliance of feminist forces.” The movement regularly demonstrates against femicides and addresses topics such as gender roles, sexual harassment, the pay gap, sexual objectification, and sex workers’ rights. It has also inspired the recent #VivasNosQueremos (English: #WeWantUsAlive) campaign.
Ximena Espeche is a researcher in the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET), a member of the Center of Intellectual History (University of Quilmes) and of the Not One Less collective. Together with Jimena Caravaca, Espeche directs the research project “Latin America as a Problem and a Solution: To Build a Region from Economy (and Economists) and Law (and Lawyers),1914–1973.” She has taught at the University of Buenos Aires, the University of General San Martín, and CLACSO, among others. Her publications include the Uruguayan Paradox: Intellectuals, Latin Americanism, and Nation in the Mid-Twentieth Century (2016).