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Against the erasure of women: interview with Spanish feminist and politician Angeles Álvarez

We are delighted to feature an interview with Spanish feminist and socialist politician Angeles Alvarez. Born in Zamora in 1961, she was a PSOE (the Partido Socialista Obrero Español, the… Read More →

Making policies Equality Act compliant: Audrey Ludwig

Audrey Ludwig is a practising discrimination solicitor. Introduction This blog is loosely based on the talk I gave, with Julian Norman, at the WPUK Women’s Liberation Conference in February 2020.… Read More →

Statement by the Spanish Socialist Party on Sex-Based Rights and “Theories Which Erase Women”

NOTE: This is a translation of a statement by the Spanish Socialist Party. The definitions used in the piece do not necessarily align with those used by this campaign or… Read More →

Standing on the shoulders of giantesses: working-class women suffragettes: Louise Raw

Louise Raw is a writer and historian with a particular interest in the less-told stories of British history: of women, the working class and BME people.   The Suffrage movement… Read More →

Women are under-represented in film – why the BFI needs to be held to account: Deirdre O’Neill

Filmmaker Deirdre O’Neill, who co-ordinates the Inside Film project, argues that the British Film Institute needs to do much more to tackle the barriers to women’s participation The relationship between… Read More →