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“The process is the punishment”: the policing of feminist thought in the workplace

Lisa Mackenzie

The policing of feminist thought in the workplace Almost two years ago, I quit my job because of my belief that women are disadvantaged and discriminated against on the basis… Read More →

WPUK, FPFW and FiLiA speak up for women

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Today, representatives from Woman’s Place UK, Fair Play for Women and FiLiA gave evidence to the Women and Equalities Select Committee (WESC) Inquiry into reform of the Gender Recognition Act… Read More →

EHRC misrepresents the law on collecting sex data

Picture of UK Census questionnaire question on sex

The EHRC (Equality and Human Rights Commission) misrepresents the law on collecting sex data in its statement to the Scottish Government EHRC submission to Scottish Government Sex & Data Working… Read More →

Single sex exemptions & the General Election

We started this campaign to ensure that women’s voices were heard in the consultation on the Gender Recognition Act (GRA) We were concerned about the impact of any change in… Read More →

International Voices on Gender Identity: ‘Women by Decree’ with Laura Lecuona

The conversation continues during this exciting Summer of Gender here in the Dominican Republic. We’re still in summer, right? Even if we are not, I am certain that these past… Read More →

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 the… Read More →