Bianca’s Story: Fighting For Accountability

This article is dedicated to Bianca Devins, in honour of International Human Rights Day, the culmination of the 2021 16 Days of Activism to End Violence Against Women. By Kim Devins. Edited by Jessica Sutton. July 14, 2019, I woke up to the knock at the door that every parent dreads. A police officer was … Continue reading Bianca’s Story: Fighting For Accountability

How not to end violence against women: The UK Strategy

In honour of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, we dedicate this article to Claire Parry, killed by a police officer on 9 May 2020. Last week, the UK police announced a new initiative being trialed to help prevent violence against women and girls.[1] The newly appointed national police lead for … Continue reading How not to end violence against women: The UK Strategy

Missing White Woman Syndrome: Barrier to Justice

This article is dedicated to Lena Zhang Harrop, killed by a man on 22 September 2021. In August 2021, Gabby Petito disappeared while on a road trip across the United States. This was one of the biggest news stories of the year and one of the biggest missing person’s cases in a very long time. … Continue reading Missing White Woman Syndrome: Barrier to Justice

Voices From Afghanistan: How We Can Help

Content warning: this article contains graphic details of violence which may be distressing. The world feels devastating right now. Afghanistan has fallen into the control of the Taliban, and a women’s rights crisis has arisen. Although the Taliban has claimed that they will be less repressive towards women, the fear of a return to the … Continue reading Voices From Afghanistan: How We Can Help

After Atlanta: The Crisis of Discrimination against Asian Women

By Jessica Sutton. The COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act has recently passed United States Congress, and last week was signed into law by President Biden. The spark for this piece of legislation was the mass shooting in Atlanta on 16 March 2021, which left 8 people dead. 6 of the victims were Asian women. The horrific … Continue reading After Atlanta: The Crisis of Discrimination against Asian Women

Sarah Everard Part One: The Impossibility of “Staying Safe”

By Jessica Sutton. Content warning: This article contains graphic details which readers may find distressing. “Dead women is this thing we’ve all just accepted as part of our daily lives. Dead women is just one of those things. Killed women are not vanishingly rare – killed women are common.” – Labour MP Jess Phillips On … Continue reading Sarah Everard Part One: The Impossibility of “Staying Safe”

Why You Need To Watch Promising Young Woman

By Jessica Sutton. This article contains spoilers for Promising Young Woman Mainstream feminist movies are still few and far between. But occasionally, a film comes along that scratches a feminist itch. Emerald Fennell’s feature-length directorial debut is kind of like getting that itch scratched by an angry tiger. It hurts. We haven’t previously reviewed a … Continue reading Why You Need To Watch Promising Young Woman

In Memoriam: 16 Days, 16 Women

As part of She’s Right’s participation in 16 days of activism to end violence against women, each piece will be dedicated to a woman who has lost her life due to gender-based violence. This article is dedicated to Alexa Luciano Ruiz, killed by a group of men on 24th February 2020, at the age of … Continue reading In Memoriam: 16 Days, 16 Women

New Zealand’s Road to Gender Equality: Interview with Hon Jan Tinetti, Minister for Women

As part of She’s Right’s participation in 16 days of activism to end violence against women, each piece will be dedicated to a woman who has lost her life due to gender-based violence. This article is dedicated to Fresha Wharepapa, killed by a man on 19th June 1992, at the age of 19. Jan Tinetti … Continue reading New Zealand’s Road to Gender Equality: Interview with Hon Jan Tinetti, Minister for Women