UK Gender Inequality Is Chronically Underfunded Despite Rise Of Feminism, ‘Unequal Nation’ Report Finds (The Huffington Post,  16th July 2015)

Daily Mail swallows Osborne’s myth about women ‘winning’ in his budget  (Left Foot Forward, July 2015)

Summer budget 2015: Conservative welfare cuts will hit women the hardest ( International Business Times, 8th July 2015)

Gender is all too relevant in violence statistics (The Guardian, 7th July 2015)

UN probes civil legal aid cut ( The Law Society Gazette, 22nd June 2015)

Iain Duncan Smith’s welfare reforms are disproportionately hurting women, report finds (The Independent,6th July 2015)

Women disproportionately affected by austerity, charities warn ( The Guardian, 28th May 2015)

Election 2015: ‘a critical juncture at which women’s lives are pushed to the brink’ (The Guardian, 6th May 2015)



Cancer Research UK and the Women’s Resource Centre are among the big winners at the Third Sector Awards (Third Sector, 18 Sept 2014)

The Paradox of Men in Power Shaping Responses to Violence Against Women and Girls (The Huffington Post, 11 Sept 2014)

Hackney mother facing destitution highlights perils of ‘no recourse’ status (Hackney Citizen, 7 Aug 2014)

Not enough alternatives to prison for women (London Live News, 16 July 2014)

Everyday Sexism and Feminism’s New Wave: The Fight Against Britain’s Boys’ Clubs (International Business Times, 17 Apr 2014)


Legal aid cuts are devastating to women, especially those suffering abuse (The Guardian, 3 Dec 2013)

Is wife beating part of our culture? (GB Times, 25 Nov 2013)

Why Is Justice for Survivors of Violence Trivialised? (The Huffington Post, 7 Nov 2013)

Sir David Attenborough is my new feminist crush (Telegraph, 18 Sep 2013)

Six decades of human rights support (Telegraph, 3 Sep 2013)

Calls for action as female journalists get bomb threats on Twitter (CNN, 2 Aug 2013)

Keeping chivalry alive in India: Men respond to rape crisis (CNN, 16 July 2013)

PM’s adviser on women’s issues to cover education and childcare as well (The Guardian, 8 July 2013)

Government cuts threaten gender equality gains, warns report (The Guardian, 13 May 2013)

The Masters Tools Will Never Dismantle the Masters House: Thatcher’s Legacy on Power, Leadership and Feminism (The Huffington Post, 23 Apr 2013)

“Be a feminist in your day-to-day life” (GB Times, 8 Mar 2013)

One wish for International Women’s Day (CNN iReport, 8 Mar 2013)

Men and women must unite for change (Guardian Letters, 7 Mar 2013)

Calls for inquiry after serial sex attacker was able to kill Catherine Gowing (Daily Post, 27 Feb 2013)

Met police action over rape claims ‘catastrophic’ for women (ITV News, 27 Feb 2013)

UNA-UK interviews Charlotte Gage on UN gender action (UNA-UK, 20 Feb 2013)



Why Many Black Women Could Have A Bleak Christmas (The Voice, 24 Dec 2012)

Discrimination for job-seeking ethnic women (Women’s Views on News, 10 Dec 2012)

Workplace discrimination prompts ‘whitened’ job applications (BBC News, 7 Dec 2012)

Lessons from the US: Women matter! (RSA, 26 Nov 2012)

Denzel Tells Black Women ‘To Be A Triple Threat’ (The Voice, 24 Nov 2012)

PM should think carefully before removing equality impact assessments (Civil Society, 23 Nov 2012)

‘95 per cent of women’s organisations face funding cuts’, claims report (Civil Society, 13 Nov 2012)

Government Cuts to the Women’s Sector are Tantamount to State Discrimination (The Huffington Post blog, 8 Nov 2012)

Domestic Violence: Women’s Services Face ‘Disastrous’ Cuts As Councils Slash Budgets, FOI Reveals (The Huffington Post, 4 Nov 2012)

Keeping the door open: using research to demonstrate value (IATEFL October newsletter, 30 Oct 2012)

‘Landmark’ equal pay ruling (ITV News, 24 Oct 2012)

Women’s Rights in the UK (BBC Radio 4 – Woman’s Hour, 22 Oct 2012)

Women in north-east bear brunt of cuts (The Guardian, 23 Oct 2012)

Netmums Should Take Take Responsibility for Their Role in Their Perpetuation of ‘Patriarchy 2.0′ (The Huffington Post blog, 23 Oct 2012)

Live Q&A: Fundraising and comms – can they work together? (The Guardian, 17 Oct 2012)

Mick Duthie Of Metropolitan Police Accused Of Ignoring Justice After Discussing ‘Al Capone’ Tactics For Rape (The Huffington Post, 11 Oct 2012)

‘Justin Lee Collins should clean toilets': Father of comic’s ex-girlfriend says he should suffer for abuse he inflicted on his daughter (The Daily Mail, 10 Oct 2012)

Fury as bully Collins avoids jail: Community sentence for TV comedian who terrorised girlfriend (The Daily Mail, 9 Oct 2012)

Justin Lee Collins found guilty of harassing former partner (The Guardian, 9 Oct 2012)

Justin Lee Collins: Trial highlights ‘invisible’ abuse (BBC News, 9 Oct 2012)

Maternity Leave ‘Should Be Scrapped’ Idea Sparks Row (The Huffington Post, 9 Oct 2012)

Live Q&A: How can charities navigate difficult and changing times (The Guardian, 9 Oct 2012)

Live discussion: how to boost police morale (The Guardian, 5 Oct 2012)

Please can we stop talking about ‘having it all’? (The Telegraph, 1 Oct 2012)

How women are paying for the recession in the UK (openDemocracy, 24 Aug 2012)

Julian Assange: What Does Reaction To His Alleged Crime Tell Us About Attitudes To Rape In The UK? (The Huffington Post, 21 Aug 2012)

RiRi slammed for ‘sanctioning’ domestic violence (The Times of India, 19 Aug 2012)

Charities accuse Rihanna of ‘sanctioning’ violence (The Independent, 19 Aug 2012)

Rihanna accused of ‘sanctioning’ violence after defending Chris Brown (The Daily Mail, 18 Aug 2012)

A woman’s worth (The Chrissy B Show, 1 Aug 2012)

Violence against women must be tackled on all fronts (The Guardian, 25 Jul 2012)

Women leaders in the voluntary sector (The Guardian, 12 Jun 2012)

What does the localism agenda mean for women? (The Guardian, 28 May 2012)

Austerity bites – especially for women (New Internationalist, 23 May 2012)

Cuts in U.K. Raise Risks for Women (The New York Times, 17 Apr 2012)

Cosmetic surgery ads should be banned (The Guardian, 14 Mar 2012)

Sex offenders forced into shared houses (Inside Housing, 9 Mar 2012)

Outcry at betrayal of domestic violence victims (The Independent, 3 Mar 2012)

Refuge warns it could be forced to close (The Guardian, 3 Mar 2012)

Institutional sexism still leaves women at risk (The Guardian, 28 Feb 2012)

Social return on investment: How can you measure the unmeasurable? (The Guardian, 3 Feb 2012)

New report shows hidden value of women’s organisations (Women’s Views on News, 24 Jan 2012)



Legal aid cuts put women in danger (The Guardian, 24 Nov 2011)

Justice secretary reignites row over sex crimes: Women agree with me on rape, claims Clarke (The Daily Mail, 23 Nov 2011)

Ken Clarke in new row over rape (The Sun, 22 Nov 2011)

Four third sector organisation awarded funding to advise Office for Civil Society (Third Sector, 2 Nov 2011)

Charities Funding Reduced After Local Government Cuts £86 Million From Their Local Budgets (The Huffington Post, 2 Aug 2011)

Coalition of umbrella bodies urge the government to confirm commitment to Equality Act (Civil Society, 21 Jun 2011)

Charities called to respond to the crisis facing women (Civil Society, 14 Jun 2011)

Protesters hold day of action against legal aid cuts (The Guardian, 3 Jun 2011)

Abortion debate and Life’s role in it (The Guardian, 27 May 2011)

Minister slammed for rape comments (The New York Daily Times, 19 May 2011)

Minister slammed for rape comments (The Manila Bulletin, 19 May 2011)

Ken Clarke facing more pressure over rape comments that reduced sex attack victim to tears (London Evening Standard, 19 May 2011)

British justice minister slammed for controversial comments on rape (DW World, 19 May 2011)

Ken Clarke survives after offering clarification (The Independent, 19 May 2011)

Kenneth Clarke apologises for causing offence with comments about rape (The Telegraph, 18 May 2011)

Clarke ‘trivialising rape’ says critics (The Yorkshire Post, 18 May 2011)

Concern over the Poppy Project (The Guardian, 14 Apr 2011)

Controversial funding decision forces Eaves to cut 14 staff (Third Sector, 14 Apr 2011)

Women’s charities’ letter to Theresa May on child support (The Guardian, 6 Apr 2011)

Coalition slashes funds for gender equality project (The Guardian, 3 Feb 2011)

Analysis: The sector awaits the latest ideas for capacity-building (Third Sector, 25 Jan 2011)

A vital voice for women silenced (The Independent, 10 Jan 2011)



London Councils agrees to give back borough grants scheme money to local authorities (Third Sector, 15 Dec 2010)

Support groups for victims of violence face £3.5m grant cut (The Evening Standard, 25 Nov 2010)

Sector expresses ‘utmost disappointment’ to Home Secretary following closure of Women’s National Commission (Civil Society, 20 Oct 2010)

Quangos cull: Equality and Human Rights Commission faces major overhaul (The Guardian, 14 Oct 2010)

Conviction rates for rape and women’s safety (The Times, 17 Sep 2010)

Outrage as heavyweight world champion David Haye compares ‘one sided’ fight against Audley Harrison to ‘gang rape’ (The Daily Mail, 8 Sep 2010)

Fury at ‘gang rape’ jibe by champ Haye (The Sun, 8 Sep 2010)

Companies ‘perform better’ with equal pay (Women In Technology, 23 Aug 2010)

Catholics angry as church puts female ordination on par with sexual abuse (The Guardian, 15 Jul 2010)

Charity Values (The Guardian, 2 Jun 2010)

The issues missing from the electoral debate (The Guardian, 5 May 2010)

What the Equality Bill means to me (The Times, 24 Mar 2010)

Feminism is showing signs of life (The Telegraph, 9 Mar 2010)

How to use social media to find work (The Guardian, 17 Feb 2010)