In Memory of Daisy Coleman

By Jessica Sutton. Content warning: This piece contains details about suicide and sexual violence which may distress readers. Resources for help can be found at the bottom of this article.We encourage everyone who reads this article to make a small donation to SafeBAE, the organisation Daisy co-founded, in order to contribute to the fight against … Continue reading In Memory of Daisy Coleman

#ChallengeAccepted: The Femicide of Pinar Gültekin

By Jessica Sutton. Instagram and Facebook have been flooded with black and white photographs with the hashtag #ChallengeAccepted, in memory of Pinar Gültekin, a young woman allegedly brutally killed by her ex-boyfriend in Turkey last week. #ChallengeAccepted has been co-opted by some American and British influencers without knowing the origin of the trend, which is … Continue reading #ChallengeAccepted: The Femicide of Pinar Gültekin

“Say Her Name”: Black Women’s Invisible Struggle with Police Brutality

By Jessica Sutton. This article is dedicated to Breonna Taylor, killed by Police on 13th March 2020. Outrage has erupted in the United States and globally in response to the death of George Floyd. George Floyd suffocated to death, while a Police Officer pushed his knee onto Mr Floyd’s neck. One of George Floyd’s final … Continue reading “Say Her Name”: Black Women’s Invisible Struggle with Police Brutality

“Get Angry”: Indigenous Women and Femicide

By Jessica Sutton. Content Warning: This article contains graphic details which may be disturbing. Last week, the body of an 18-year-old aboriginal girl was found in a wheelie bin in Western Australia.[1] The brief lines of the media articles are painfully familiar for those who keep an eye out for cases of femicide. Another man … Continue reading “Get Angry”: Indigenous Women and Femicide

“What If He Kills Me?” How Society Failed Hannah Clarke

By Jessica Sutton. This article is dedicated to Hannah Clarke, and her children Aaliyah, Laianah, and Trey, killed by a man on 19th February 2020. Content warning: This article contains graphic details which readers may find disturbing. "What happens to my babies if he kills me?" These were the words of Australian woman Hannah Clarke, … Continue reading “What If He Kills Me?” How Society Failed Hannah Clarke

Our Right to Life: 16 Days, 16 Women

As part of She’s Right’s participation in 16 days of activism to end violence against women, each article is dedicated to a New Zealand woman who has lost her life due to gender-based violence. The final article in our 16 days is dedicated to Barbara Ann Quinn, killed by a man on or around 7 … Continue reading Our Right to Life: 16 Days, 16 Women

Running For Our Lives

As part of She’s Right’s participation in 16 days of activism to end violence against women, each article will be dedicated to a New Zealand woman who has lost her life due to gender-based violence. This article is dedicated to Nicole Tuxford, killed by a man on 7 April 2018, at the age of 27.  … Continue reading Running For Our Lives

University or Cemetery? The Femicide of Lesvy Osorio

As part of She’s Right’s participation in 16 days of activism to end violence against women, each article will be dedicated to a New Zealand woman who has lost her life due to gender-based violence. This article is dedicated to Dimetrius Pairama, killed on 8 July 2018, at the age of 17.  By Zyanya Camargo … Continue reading University or Cemetery? The Femicide of Lesvy Osorio