11 May, 2020
IMKAAN’S POSITION PAPER OUTLINES THE #DUALPANDEMICS
We recognise that we are dealing with two pandemics – violence against women and girls declared by the World Health Organisation in 2013 and Coronavirus COVID-19. During the two pandemics, violence against women and girls is increased but for Black and minoritised women and girls, racialised discrimination and the disproportionate impact of structural inequalities also become exacerbated. No one is immune to coronavirus COVID-19, but structural inequality reproduces disproportionately across diverse communities and exacerbates existing racialised inequalities. For any woman and girl with protected characteristics, the two pandemics increase her risks at multiple interlocking levels.
Read full article at www.imkaan.org.uk
24 April, 2020
Coronavirus: making women visible
The coronavirus is having a huge impact on all our lives. Yet, so far, women and girls in the UK have been largely invisible from the debate and excluded from decision-making.
Read full article at www.fawcettsociety.org.uk
Hundreds of billions of pounds of taxpayers' money are being spent without considering the specific challenges women are facing. Fawcett is working in partnership with other feminist organisations, and with you, to ensure women aren’t left behind or ignored.
Read on to find out more about the problems women are facing, what we're doing and how you can get involved.
24 March, 2020
Coronavirus: campaigning for women’s visibility in UK response
Women's organisations across the sector have united to sign a joint call for women and girls in all their diversity to be visible, heard and have their needs met during the Coronavirus crisis response.
Read about campaign at: www.fawcettsociety.org.uk
01 January, 2020
What if this were what an awards season ballot looked like?
Read full article on womeninfilm.org
11 July, 2019
TIME’S UP UK and the #4PercentChallenge
The TIME’S UP #4PercentChallenge is a call to the entertainment industries across the US and UK to sign up to and commit to working with a female director on a feature film in the next 18 months.
01 July, 2019
#ThisIsNotWorking Alliance — End sexual harassment at work.
End sexual harassment at work. Join our call for the government to take immediate action.
04 April, 2019
Time’s Up Opens Applications for Entertainment Mentorship Program Reporter
Time’s Up, an initiative and legal defence fund fighting sexual harassment and inequality, has hired its first president and CEO, Lisa Borders.