Girls and women of all ages are calling out Trump's misogyny and rolling back of women’s reproductive rights
Founder of the Everyday Bigotry Project
Shaista Aziz is a freelance journalist specialising on race, gender and identity and is a women's rights and anti racism campaigner. She is the founder of the anti racism digital platform The Everyday Bigotry Project and the Co-founder of the Women's Advancement Hub (WAH)Pakistan.
Well, we got there in the end. Sort of. It has taken Theresa May two full days to say "I think Donald Trump is wrong in what he said about Sadiq Khan, in relation to the terrorist attacks on London." A meek, one sentence response that typifies May's approach to tackling divisive rhetoric: lacklustre and feeble.
06/06/2017 16:42 BST
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The normalisation of xenophobia in our political discourse and media is having a real impact on the lives of real people. If you value equality, respect and human dignity, then this election is the time for you to step up. Your vote is your pledge - your pledge to stand against the bigotry that is being mainstreamed in our politics and public spaces. Here are five ways that you can directly challenge xenophobia in the course of this general election...
21/04/2017 17:37 BST
Across East Africa more than 18million people are facing catastrophic drought and food shortages. Already in Somalia people have died because of hunger and as the drought deepens people are becoming weaker and exhausting all their coping mechanisms to keep themselves and their families alive.
27/03/2017 17:32 BST
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