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  • What needs to be done to protect women and girls from violence in our society.

    Violence against women and girls is something that has been a problem in our society for far too long. Despite the efforts of governments, non-governmental organizations, and activists to end gender-based violence, there is still much more that needs to be done in…

    What needs to be done to protect women and girls from violence in our society.
  • What is domestic abuse

    Domestic abuse is a serious issue in society that can lead to physical, mental, and emotional harm. It’s important to be aware of the key signs of domestic abuse so that you can be sure to recognize it in your own life or…

    What is domestic abuse
  • The five key signs that you’re in an abusive relationship

    It’s important to be aware of the signs that you may be in an abusive relationship so that you can get help and address the situation. Abuse can come in different forms, including physical, emotional, mental and even financial abuse. Here are five…

    The five key signs that you’re in an abusive relationship
  • How you can help a victim of domestic abuse trapped in an abusive relationship

    Domestic violence can be incredibly difficult to escape, and many victims feel like they have nowhere to turn. If you know someone in an abusive relationship, it’s important to provide them with the right resources and support. Here are some tips on how…

    How you can help a victim of domestic abuse trapped in an abusive relationship
  • Challenging the myth that prostitution is work

    The idea that prostitution is work has been widely accepted by society and is often seen as a viable job option for those in poverty. The reality, however, is far from this as prostitution is a form of sexual exploitation of women by…

    Challenging the myth that prostitution is work
  • Why we must challenge toxic masculinity

    Toxic masculinity is a set of beliefs and behaviours that are traditionally associated with men and boys, such as dominance, aggression, violence, competitiveness, and stoicism. These traits are seen as socially desirable in many societies and can lead to men feeling pressure to…

    Why we must challenge toxic masculinity
  • The laws that discriminated against women 100 years ago in Britain

    One hundred years ago, in Britain, women were subject to a variety of oppressive laws that denied them basic rights and severely limited their opportunities. These laws were based on the idea that women were inferior to men and needed to be controlled…

    The laws that discriminated against women 100 years ago in Britain
  • Is it time to end jury trials in rape cases?

    Is it time to end jury trials in rape cases?

    The problems with the way women experience the criminal justice system in this country are many, varied and overwhelmingly well-documented. No-one can realistically think that the system we currently have is working.

    Is it time to end jury trials in rape cases?
  • Submission to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

    Custody cases, violence against women and violence against children

    Submission to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
    Globally, 1 in 3 women have experienced physical or sexual violence in their lives, the majority of which takes place in the family home….

    Submission to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
  • Why radical feminism includes trans rights and LGBTQIA+ rights

    Radical feminism is a branch of feminism that emphasizes the belief that patriarchy is the fundamental source of oppression for women. It is an ideology that seeks to challenge traditional gender roles and to dismantle the structures of power and privilege that perpetuate…

    Why radical feminism includes trans rights and LGBTQIA+ rights
  • Gender discrimination and sexism in the legal system

    Gender discrimination and sexism are still rife in British law, despite the huge strides towards equality that have been made in recent years. This is particularly true when it comes to the rights of women, who are often seen as second-class citizens with…

    Gender discrimination and sexism in the legal system
  • Victim Blaming in the Family Courts

    The Problem With Victim Blaming in the UK Family Courts

    We are dismayed and appalled to witness the prevalence of victim blaming in the UK family courts. It is a form of injustice and discrimination that has been perpetuated for decades, with little attention…

    Victim Blaming in the Family Courts
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