Women's History Month

A reading list for Women’s History Month and beyond.
These photos are proof that all children should have the right to get an education, no matter their gender.
Proof you’re never too young to make an impact.
We must look to historical women to drive us forward
Image: Binti What was truly inspiring however was the way in which each artist used the theme to produce their own unique
Donald Trump’s chief spokesman has insisted that the US President championed women’s rights as a “priority” during his election
Why wear a plain old T-shirt when you can wear one that fights the patriarchy? The insurgence of feminist merchandise available
While positive strides have been made in women's rights and gender equality in recent years, women and girls around the world are still married as children, denied access to education and political power, and trapped in conflicts where rape is used as a weapon of war. If we want to change this, we need to support the activists and women's rights organisations calling for change.
What better way to celebrate Women's History Month than having girls dress up as adorable mini-versions of our favourite