With Manchester gearing up for HOME’s year-long season on Women in Global Cinema, head of film Rachel Hayward shares her favourite filmmakers on the lineup.
This weekend, hundred of protestors took to the streets of London to march against violence and austerity.
The country said it was time to legalise abortion seven months ago. But for those on the ground, almost nothing has changed.
The ‘involuntarily celibate’ community is typically seen as being male-dominated, with female members – otherwise known as ‘femcels’ – often being overlooked.
From Audre Lorde to Leonora Carrington, Silver Press is the London publishing house uncovering forgotten feminist gems.
In 2009, Kholoud Al-Faqih became the first female judge to be appointed to the Shari’a courts in Palestine’s West Bank. A new documentary shares her story.
Around 30,000 people took to the streets of Paris on Saturday for a rally spurred by #NousToutes (#UsAll).
Activist groups across the country are mobilising against presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro – a populist who has built a campaign from racism, misogyny and homophobia.
A new exhibition, Into The Light, spotlights the rare and undervalued work of female-identifying photographers from the last century.
From standing on the frontlines at Tahrir Square to rallying against the patriarchy, Amal became a revolutionary when she was just a teenager.