International anti-feminist network organises rally in Spain
Globally connected groups are working together to threaten women’s rights – and they’ve landed in Spain for International Women’s Day.
Don’t forget the working-class women who made suffragette history
A century after some UK women won the vote, most of the suffragette stories we hear still focus on the elite. But this was a diverse movement.
After Me Too, can we trust the UK government to tackle sexual abuse?
If our lawmakers fail to confront abuse in their own workplace, how do we trust them to enact effective policies for the rest of us?
Excluded, stereotyped and abused: where do women stand in UK politics today?
100 years since (some) women won the right to vote, they’re still marginalised in corridors of our power – and facing a backlash there too.
Romanians didn’t show up to an anti-LGBT referendum. But the battle for equality continues
A vote to make legalising equal marriage even harder was defeated this weekend. It’s a victory for progressive politics, but the fight isn’t over.
‘Anger is language of justice’ says author of new book on women’s rage
What have women got to be angry about? A lot, according to writer and critic Soraya Chemaly who talks about her new book Rage Becomes Her.