Speeches Page 2

  • Stand up, speak out: Julie Bindel

    Julie Bindel is a journalist, writer, broadcaster and researcher active in the global campaign to end violence towards women and children since 1979. She is talking here at the...

  • Sex, gender & development: Maya Forstater

    Maya Forstater is an independent researcher, writer and advisor working on the business of sustainable development. She has worked with a large number of organisations, including the New Economics...

  • Authenticity & empathy: Meghan Murphy

    Meghan Murphy is a freelance writer and journalist. She has been podcasting and writing about feminism since 2010, is the founder and editor Feminist Current, Canada’s leading feminist website...

  • If you cannot define women, then you cannot defend them 

    On May 25th councillor Sarah Field spoke at a meeting in Leeds which was the first U.K. discussion of The Declaration of Sex Based Rights. The Declaration re-affirms that women’s global human...

  • The most vibrant feminist meeting of the year

    Our meeting on Monday 20th May has certainly had a big impact. Lots of women who were there or who have heard about it have been in touch to...

  • Feminism, postmodernism and women’s oppression

    Professor Selina Todd is Professor of Modern History, University of Oxford. She spoke at our London meeting, A Woman’s Place is back in town in London on 20th May 2019.  You can download...

  • Troublesome women

    Kiri Tunks is a socialist feminist and trade union activist. She is a co-founder of Woman’s Place UK. This is a transcript of the speech she gave on International Women’s Day...

  • Equality Act 2010 Exemptions Should Be Retained, Strengthened And Extended

    Speech made by Judith Green, co-founder of Woman’s Place UK, 31st October 2017 In thanking David Davies, I have a small confession to make. I’m a card-carrying member of...