A radio documentary exploring the lives and troubles of women who choose not to have children.
Today marks the International day of the Girl, Buzz interviewed president of the BU feminist society Devon Biddle who shared her views on gender inequality. Posted by: Kayleigh Brookfield, Joshua Anderson-Grey, Nina Nagel, Georgia Woolf and Darren Hassennally
Leading the fight against cuts to domestic violence services is Sisters Uncut, a campaign group founded to take direct action against cuts to services. In this video Casey Farr joins the Sisters at their most recent protest in Trafalgar Square to find out more about the women fighting back.
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This year protests over the so-called tampon tax reached a crescendo and the issue was finally debated, and subsequently rejected, in the House of Commons. The VAT on sanitary products, which generates roughly 15m per year, is set by the EU and therefore cannot be changed without amending European law. In the Autumn Statement the chancellor proposed […]
Life Rolls On, a documentary about how roller derby can be a powerful and transformative sport for some people and can help them transform t
Britain’s austerity programme has been criticised for targeting the poor, the vulnerable and the voiceless. Domestic violence services have not been immune. Casey Farr asks is the quest to save money overshadowing the fight to save lives? It was her first relationship. There were no signs. He wasn’t violent, quite the opposite. “He randomly lost his temper one […]