Violence against women and sex discrimination still exist. Women need reserved places, separate spaces and distinct services.
An open letter to Edinburgh University
We welcome Professor Peter Mathieson's recent statement in response to the concerning events that...
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There have been several articles and comments published recently, including one by the Institute...
The Political Erasure of Sex
We are delighted to be supporting this important new work by Jane Clare Jones....
Woman’s Place UK is a group of women from a range of backgrounds who are united by our belief that women’s hard-won rights must be defended.
Women face entrenched and endemic structural inequality. This is reflected, for example, in the high levels of sexual harassment and violence against women and girls, the 'gender' pay gap, and discrimination at work.
This is why sex is a protected characteristic in the Equality Act 2010. We believe it must be defended.
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