Articles about 'theresa may'

Bodies are not bargaining chips

Reproductive rights cannot be on the negotiating table, Zoe Russell writes, as discussions between the Conservatives and DUP continue

Zoe Russell // 11 June 2017

Categories: Blog

Outdated information is a threat to asylum seekers

Incorrect information has been harming people seeking asylum in the UK on the grounds of sexual orientation. Megan Stodel warns there could be more outdated and weak evidence being used

Megan Stodel // 16 May 2017

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Theresa May is not my feminism

Theresa May becoming Prime Minister has been hailed by some as a victory for feminism. Osha Al-Mossallami argues that the representation of women in politics should be about more than an image

Guest Blogger // 25 July 2016

Categories: Blog

How to choose our political leaders

With women in contention as leadership battles get underway, Zoe Russell urges us to look at the whole picture

Zoe Russell // 30 June 2016

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Equality “alienates” (who, exactly?!)

Home Secretary Theresa May intends to abandon one of the central measures in the Equality Act passed by the last government, reports The Guardian. The socioeconomic duty would have required...

Jess McCabe // 18 November 2010

Categories: Blog

Home Sec warns Chancellor on Budget inequality

UPDATE: It should be noted that today Theresa May scrapped powers to ban violent partners from their victim’s home, citing the need to save money. Hopefully we will have more...

Jess McCabe // 4 August 2010

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Small Commitment for a Big Society

Philippa posts a campaign by Rape Crisis to secure sustainable funding for Rape Crisis centres across England and Wales.

Philippa Willitts // 21 June 2010

Categories: Blog

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