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Feminist Theory in NUJ Practices

Feminist Theory in NUJ Practices

Jordan Holbrook March 20, 2018 3

On Monday 6th March, Welsh Women’s Aid delivered training with the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) on how to report on Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG). The event included talks from the Head

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Feminism and Sexism at The Tab

Feminism and Sexism at The Tab

Jordan Holbrook January 30, 2018 2

In partnership with Bloomberg, The Tab is currently running a competition to vote for the society that people think is doing the most to support equality at university – the four categories available are

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Sexual Assault- What’s happening and what don’t we know?

Sexual Assault- What’s happening and what don’t we know?

Frederick Colbey December 16, 2017 0

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, you’ll probably be aware of the three categories that have occupied the headlines more than most, Trump, Brexit and Sexual assault. More and

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Why India Made Me a Feminist, and Why I Can’t Be One at Home

Why India Made Me a Feminist, and Why I Can’t Be One at Home

Nathan Friend December 6, 2017 0

It was a characteristically muggy day in Kochi, and I was hanging my head out the side of an autorickshaw; attempting to feel some semblance of a breeze to complement the musky refreshment of

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When is a Feminist Not a Feminist?

When is a Feminist Not a Feminist?

Paula Wright March 8, 2017 1

This piece was first published as a guest blog on Lee Jussim’s Psychology Today Rabble Rowser blog here. Full references available here. “Feminism: The advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of the equality

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The TUC think 52% of women are sexually harassed at work – here’s why they’re wrong

The TUC think 52% of women are sexually harassed at work – here’s why they’re wrong

Elena Rider August 12, 2016 0

Trying to decipher a report on workplace sexual harassment of women published this Monday by the TUC in conjunction with the Everyday Sexism Project may not be the most fun activity but it certainly

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What Are MPs Doing About Street Harassment?

What Are MPs Doing About Street Harassment?

Backbencher May 22, 2014 1

If you’re female and reading this article, you’ve probably experienced some form of street harassment. It doesn’t matter how old you are, what you’re wearing, what you’re doing or how much of a hurry

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Demanding quotas for women endangers genuine gender equality

Demanding quotas for women endangers genuine gender equality

James Williamson February 18, 2014 0

James Williamson explores how many measures hoping to promote the role of women in politics may actually be a risk to the feminist cause. Amidst the news that more than 50% of Labour’s parliamentary

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Check Your Privilege, Comrade: Identity Politics & The Left

Check Your Privilege, Comrade: Identity Politics & The Left

Lee Jenkins November 21, 2013 3

Can the Left have unity when everybody needs their own collectivised voice? Identity politics is largely a result of how the organised labour came into being; a group (in this case industrial workers) was perceived to

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The lack of female political representation: Who represents me?

Backbencher October 17, 2013 0

“It will be really hard for you to get into politics, because you are a woman”. Having an MP tell you this at the age of 15 certainly highlights the fact that there is

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