Helen Pankhurst

With a name like Rosa perhaps you'd think she has no choice - her namesakes Rosa Parks and Luxemburg were two revolutionary heroines in the fight for global justice and equality. But becoming a mum has given me further reasons for wanting to make sure my baby (and her dad) attended the Walk in Her Shoes rally and march on Sunday 6 March - my very first mother's day as Mum.
What's the best way to get involved in international development from the UK - both to make a difference in developing countries and at the same time involve supporters in the UK? How do we do this without sounding cringingly paternalistic?
As women, we now have the power to influence the outcome of the election, and a responsibility for it.  We need to translate equal rights to vote into equal representation. Without this, policies are skewed in the interests and the image of those that govern - it is government of the few, by the few, for the few.
The Suffragette movement may have begun more than one hundred years ago, but the bravery and selflessness of the women involved
For the computer literate, feminism is becoming a hard topic to avoid. From online petitions to Twitter rants, feminists