Gender

Working Women: Which gender issues do you face?

This month is about celebrating the diversity and potential of all the working women out there. But it’s also about...

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Working Women: Meet Jenny Collier, Comic

Today is the final day of Working Women month! Tonight we'll be heading to our Women in Business event, chaired by...

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#WISPchat returns: Is feminism for everyone?

The chat has now taken place – scroll down to read the highlights! Tomorrow we bid farewell to Cultural Identity...

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Working Women Podcast: Meet Hattie Hasan, female plumber

As if you hadn’t had enough stereotype-busting for one month, we’ve got another Working Women game changer for you today....

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Is being a mother the most defining role a woman can have? Three women debate

We asked three women if they think motherhood is women's most defining role. Read their answers here – and scroll...

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#WISPchat: What drives women to make sacrifices for their ambition?

Thanks to all who participated…scroll down to see it in full. ———————————————————————————- This week, we were thrilled to kick off...

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#WISPchat: Page 3 v Breast Cancer – where do you stand?

Right, everyone. After the outcry following a certain national newspaper’s use of a Page 3 girl to raise awareness of...

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Catch up with #WISPchat: Is nudity empowering?

Our pre-chat post on this certainly got you inspired. There were so many areas to cover in this brilliantly broad...

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#WISPchat: Is Christmas advertising sexist?

One WISPees tube journey home yesterday was punctuated by delight at a journalist’s declaring his dream for a feminist Christmas....

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#WISPchat: Is shared parental leave the answer we’ve been looking for?

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On our radar: Project Bush

Your bush, your choice? Or maybe it’s not that simple. On our radar this week is a little feminist project...


On our radar: 16 Days

Somehow, one day of campaigning for the plight of those affected by gender violence seems woefully insufficient. Lucky, then, that...