Reports and Campaigns
Reports and campaigns:
1 May 2013
'Get a job!' is the constant refrain of privileged Tory ministers and vicious right-wing tabloids. A million unemployed young people are the subject of a relentless campaign of smears and lies
11 April 2013
A statement "Our movement must be a safe place for women" by two Unison activists has been posted online and has received the support of trade union activists, including leading figures
11 March 2013
On International Women's Day the 'Rape is No Joke' campaign was launched in London with a night of comedy without misogyny
7 March 2013
The 'Slutwalk' protests have been an 'in your face' challenge to the reactionary idea that how women dress and behave can 'invite' rape, writes Eleanor Donne in this International Women's Day feature
29 January 2013
Following high profile cases such as those of Julian Assange and Dominique Strauss Khan, there has been much debate recently about rape and sexual assault...
16 January 2013
Rage, disbelief and above all a deep sense of solidarity were on display at a protest outside the Indian embassy on 7 January, writes Claire Laker-Mansfield.
10 December 2012
On 5 and 6 January a Socialist Party national women's meeting will take place. In the lead up to this two regions of the Socialist Party report on similar meetings they have organised
3 October 2012
'Why should feminists be socialists?' This and the new campaign Rape Is No Joke were the subjects of discussion at a meeting called by the Socialist Party and Socialist Students on 29 September, writes Jane James.
26 September 2012
"No sexual abuse! No excuse! No domestic abuse! No excuse!" was one of the chants on the lively and colourful Slutwalk London demo on Saturday
19 September 2012
Like most young women I was shocked by reports of misogyny and rape jokes at the Edinburgh festival. That some comedians laugh about sexual violence is utterly disgraceful.
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