Demands and resolutions

  • Coronavirus: Urgent actions needed to tackle domestic and sexual violence

    The Coronavirus crisis has thrown a spotlight on the very high levels of domestic abuse and male violence against women and girls in our society. The crisis will also...

  • WPUK Manifesto: this is what we want

    On 20th May 2019, we published our draft manifesto and asked for responses. Thank you to everyone who suggested amendments or ideas. We are delighted to publish a revised...

  • 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,...

  • Sex matters

    This is the speech that Philipa Harvey gave at the London meeting, A Woman’s Place is Resolute. She spoke on our fifth demand in place of Raquel Rosario Sanchez....

  • The law must work for women

    This is the speech that Lucy Masoud gave at the London meeting, A Woman’s Place is Resolute. She spoke on our second demand. The law must be strengthened to...

  • An end to violence against women

    This is the speech that Karen Ingala Smith gave at the London meeting, A Woman’s Place is Resolute. She spoke on our second demand. The government must make the...

  • Nothing about us without us

    This is the speech that Kiri Tunks, co-founder of Woman’s Place. UK, gave at the London meeting, A Woman’s place is resolute. She spoke on our fourth demand. All...

  • New Year Resolutions 2019

    We started Woman’s Place UK in September 2017 to ensure women’s voices would be heard in the consultation on proposals to change the Gender Recognition Act. We had 5...

  • Our 5 Demands

    Respectful and evidence-based discussion about the impact of the proposed changes to the Gender Recognition Act to be allowed to take place and for women’s voices to be heard....