It finally came home. The men couldn’t do it, but the women did. In front of a crowded 90,000 crowded Wembley Stadium and millions watching across the country, the Lionesses won Euro 2022. They beat Germany 2-1. It’s something truly worth celebrating – England’s first major footballing trophy since 1966,Read More →

A women’s rights activist has been visited by Wiltshire police officers – who have allegedly accused her of being ‘annoying with paedophiles’. Kellie-Jay Keen, who lives in Hilperton Road, Trowbridge, expressed her frustrations in a YouTube video about the force’s response to the hate crimes report on Sunday July 24.Read More →

A five-day training on strengthening the women’s movement was organized by UN Women in Entebbe, Uganda, from 18 to 22 July 2022. This workshop, supported by UN Women as part of the EU-UN Global Spotlight initiative , aimed to strengthen the work of Pillar 6 partners and the existing women’sRead More →

Florida’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate received a less than warm welcome from liberal protesters demonstrating against restrictive abortion laws on Saturday – who chased him away when he tried to show support. Pro-abortion protesters shouted over Rep. Charlie Crist’s attempts to speak to them outside an event in Tampa on Saturday,Read More →

Businesswoman Patricia Duncan Sutherland has been re-elected president of the People’s National Party (PNP) women’s movement, pledging to push harder for the legalization of abortion in Jamaica and the implementation of the law on sexual harassment. Duncan Sutherland, who is the organisation’s fifth leader, was re-elected on Sunday at theRead More →

Irondale, Brooklyn’s leading theatrical and artistically ambitious theater ensemble, along with three esteemed curators, has announced the lineup for the fifth annual On Women Festival, July 11-31, celebrating the lives and experiences of female artists. Committed to producing the works of emerging, progressive and dynamic playwrights, this year’s festival willRead More →

An abortion saved the life of U.S. Representative Jackie Speier, enabling a decades-long career advocating for women’s rights, but she will leave office in an America where women have fewer reproductive freedoms than when she arrived. She said she intended to continue fighting outside of political office. “I’m not goingRead More →

KABUL, Afghanistan – The Taliban remain illegitimate leaders despite a statement by thousands of male clerics supporting their extremist government, Afghan women activists said on Sunday. The clerics pledged allegiance to the Taliban and their reclusive leader on Saturday after a three-day meeting failed to address thorny issues such asRead More →

Here’s a look at some of the topics from this week’s journalists’ roundtable. Women, Activists, and Providers Trying to Navigate Ohio’s Rapidly Changing Abortion Landscape It’s been a week since the United States Supreme Court overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade case, which guaranteed a woman’s constitutional right to anRead More →