As we come out of lockdown and start to rebuild, the nation’s mental health must be a priority – or it will become yet another casualty of the pandemic, writes economist Xiaowei Xu.
For this change to offer justice to all women, the VAWG sector must learn to recognise trans women survivors as both the women and survivors that they are, writes Evie Muir.
Some of us have lived for years, even decades, with what many of you are only just noticing. For us this isn’t a moment, it’s a lifetime.
The policing, crime and sentencing bill is part of Boris Johnson's divisive culture war, writes Labour MP Ian Lavery.
We have no coherent system of proactively identifying and monitoring serial stalkers and abusers. Until we do, women will always be at risk, writes Labour peer Baroness Royall.
Yes, sharing your story helps bring us together. But taking a step back to look after yourself doesn’t make what happened to you any less real, writes journalist Rachel Charlton-Dailey.
The Met has a record of spying on anti-racist activists and killing Black people. They are the last people who should set the agenda, writes HuffPost UK’s Ramzy Alwakeel.
Our government’s uncooperative approach with the EU will have real consequences for our living standards and public services. And the deeper the rift, the higher the taxes we will all pay, writes Ian Mulheirn.
The media industry is toxic for far too many people from under-represented groups. Leaders like the Society of Editors have to get a grasp of the issue now, writes journalist Marcus Ryder.
Caring doesn’t mean you’re slavishly obsessed with royal news. It means you care about institutional racism, mental health crises, and holding power to account, writes Holly Thomas.