Women have the right to self-organise
This is the speech that Ruth Serwotka gave at the London meeting, A Woman’s Place is Resolute. She spoke on our first demand.
Women have a right to self-organisation, to speak and to be heard free from fear of abuse, threat or vilification in public and political discourse and in academia. This should be actively facilitated by those with civic or legal responsibility for promoting equality.
You can see the film of her speech here and read the live tweets at #WPUKResolute
Transcript of speech will be uploaded here shortly.
Links to all the speeches are here:
1. Women have the right to self-organise
2. The law must work for women
3. An end to violence against women
4. Nothing about us without us
5. Sex matters
We believe that it is important to share a range of viewpoints on women’s rights and advancement from different perspectives. WPUK does not necessarily agree or endorse all the views that we share.
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