A couple of weeks ago UK Feminista hosted a fabulously original fundraising event called Women’s Words. There was an array of talented women writers who read from their own work and discussed women in literature and the media. I learned a lot that evening and was also thoroughly entertained. We heard readings from Hannah Poole [...]
‘Where are the women?’ This is not a question we needed to ask last night as Committee Room 17 in the House of Commons was full of women, and some men, to discuss women and leadership.
We were delighted to be joined by Shami Chakrabarti, Director of Liberty; Alice Delemere of the Electoral Reform [...]
6.30-8pm, Committee Room 17, House of Commons, SW1A 0AA.
We’re very excited to confirm that our final line up of key contributors includes (in alphabetical order):
Shami Chakribati, Director of Liberty Alice Delemare, Electoral Reform Society Maria Eagle MP Mary MacLeod MP Ceri Goddard, Fawcett Society Ruth Fox, Hansard Society
After seeing the lack [...]
This blog is written by Caroline Watson, Co-founder of Progressive Women
The new coalition government seems to be going ahead with proposals to give those accused of rape anoynimity.
Despite rape convictions being extremely low, the government has decided to take proactive measures to protect the accused rather than the victim. What does [...]
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Where are the Women? – 6.30pm, 21st July, Committee Room 17, House of Commons, SW1A 0AA
We are pleased to confirm [...]
Our guest blogger Laura Nelson writes a blog, Delilah, where she campaigns for equality and tries to quash stereotypes. She is also the president of Camden Speakers Club, which is part of a national association that helps people develop skills for speaking in public, and she investigated the brain for her PhD.
The United Nations [...]