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Women in the far-right are subjected to both benevolent and malevolent misogyny that reveres them as mothers and degrades them for failing in their ‘duty’
EXCLUSIVE ‘They Do What they Do and Leave Us Without Taking Responsibility’: The Grenfell Survivor Whose Family is Trapped in Kabul
Flora Neda and her son Farhad were the only two people from Grenfell Tower’s top floor to survive 2017’s devastating fire. Now the family faces tragedy again – this time in Kabul
For many in the ‘incel’ and other far-right communities, the suppression of women’s rights in Afghanistan is a cause for celebration
Approximately 10 women a day are killed by men in Mexico – but a network of women’s activists are taking action to signpost support services and save lives
The UK’s new international trade envoys are overwhelmingly male and all white – but that’s not surprising considering the Government’s new approach to equality
‘We Will Not Be Allowing People to Come from Afghanistan in An Indiscriminate Way’: Do Johnson’s Pledges Go Far Enough?
After an emotionally and politically charged House of Commons debate on the situation engulfing Afghanistan, Sian Norris looks at the situation as it stands for women, refugees and development
Women’s rights are under attack around the world because of a belief in a fascistic natural order that naturalises male supremacy, reports Sian Norris
As news reports suggest that the man behind the mass shooting in Plymouth identified as an "incel", Sian Norris reveals the extremist misogynistic ideology that fuels the movement
In the first of a series of investigations into the corporate takeover of the NHS, Sian Norris considers what NHS privatisation looks like now, and what could change with the new Health and Social Care Bill
hat could further repress press freedom in the country – despite initially planning to suspend the vote after ruling coalition collapsed
Fox News' bombastic Conservative commentator, Tucker Carlson, meets Hungary's authoritarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, two years after a firm where his father is a director received thousands from the Hungarian Government to help with media and PR, Sian Norris reports