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Joint Statement on the UK Government’s responsibility to uphold women’s sex-based rights

We welcome this week’s announcement by the Minister for Women and Equalities. We are pleased that she has struck a balance between improving the process for obtaining a Gender Recognition… 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 →

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 →

Sex and transgender status in American employment law – the Bostock case: Elizabeth Hungerford

Elizabeth Hungerford is a licensed, though non practicing, attorney in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She identifies as a feminist, lives as a lesbian, is a longtime observer and sometime commenter… Read More →

Labour Campaign for Trans Rights letter to Catherine West MP: WPUK response

On 24th June 2020, the Labour Campaign for Trans Rights (LCTR) drafted a letter addressed to Catherine West, Labour MP for Haringey and Wood Green calling on her not to… Read More →