The article reflects on the Italian experience of the Non Una di Meno (No One Less) feminist movement and the interconnection between the struggle against patriarchal violence and the struggle for the freedom of movement of migrants. By starting from the concrete and everyday battles of migrant women for the recognition of their freedom and their own paths to autonomy, the feminist movement has tried to construct a common battle against violence across borders, without hiding the ambivalences and difficulties that this entails. At the same time, the movement has attempted to develop a feminist perspective on migration that moves beyond merely considering the specificity of the condition of women within migration.

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