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A path for recovery, but for whom?

Ebyan Abdirahman finds Sunak’s March budget leaves women, Black and ethnic minorities and the poor adrift

PCSC bill passes second reading in the midst of a police fiasco

When the power to determine what is in the public interest is claimed as the exclusive right of police forces, we need to be really worried, says Don Flynn

Women in firing line

Alice Arkwright says TUC research spotlights gender discrimination writ large in the pandemic

For a caring economy

Hana Abid reports on an innovative prospectus for a gender-equal economy rejecting a focus on growth

Women in coronavirus firing line

Alice Arkwright sees a roll-back of gender equality in Covid-19 crisis

Domestic violence during Covid-19

Sabia Kamali reports on the rise in abuse against women during coronavirus and the Sisters Forum support initiative

Sheila Rowbotham, Lynne Segal and Hilary Wainwright: Beyond the Fragments (1979)

Subtitled "Feminism and the Making of Socialism", this collective set of essays was a sustained argument for applying the lessons of the experience of...

MeToo victory shows collective power of women

Alice Arkwright on the significance of Weinstein’s serial sexual abuse conviction

Celebrating 50 years of the modern Women’s Liberation Movement

Fifty years ago in February 1970, over 500 women met at a conference in Oxford. Sheila Rowbotham was part of the small group of women who helped to make it happen.

The struggle to overthrow patriarchy is ongoing

Patrick Mulcahy on the birth of modern Women’s Lib

Way to go on women’s liberation

Alice Arkwright sees woeful progress on gender equality worldwide