Sisters Uncut are calling on people to recognise the immense power police have over us and to begin to hold them to account.
A London prison has been occupied by direct action group Sisters Uncut, determined to put domestic violence services at the heart of this general election.
Feminist direct action group Sisters Uncut demand the Mayor of Hackney fulfil his promises of safe, secure housing for survivors of domestic violence.
For two weeks now, activists from feminist direct action group Sisters Uncut have been occupying an empty council home in Hackney, East London, to highlight the lack of support for survivors of domestic violence. Photographer Jade Jackman spent 24 hours in the occupation, meeting the campaigners putting themselves on the front line.
Campaigners from feminist direct action group Sisters Uncut took to the streets of London today to highlight the need for places of refuge for survivors of domestic violence.
London has only just elected a new Mayor, but Sisters Uncut - London's radical woman and non-binary led campaign group - are already calling for urgent action on domestic violence.
UK Uncut activist Tim Street reflects on the organisation's legacy of bringing the issue of tax avoidance into public consciousness.
To mark a year since the murder of Sarah Everard, grassroots group Sisters Uncut organised a protest for the public to ‘withdraw their consent from British policing’.
To mark International Women’s Day, hundreds came to together for a joint women’s and sex worker strike in central London.
This IWD, Sisters Uncut are calling on people to imagine a future without police.
Despite the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, the issue of over-policing on university campuses remains.
We’re celebrating the inspiring individuals and activist groups who’ve been building a better future in 2021.