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“The platform that men have been given for decades to improve and grow as performers was just not afforded to the women.”
Disabled people’s “human right to independent living” is being threatened by a London council’s proposals to hike social care charges, according to a disability charity chairwoman.
More than you might think, as we reveal in our animation.
The government has rolled back protections for transgender offenders – introduced following the deaths of two trans women – sparking fears they could spend weeks of distress in opposite gender jails.
The government has announced new legislation which will ban companies from using non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to stop staff disclosing information to police, doctors or lawyers.
To coincide with the birthday of Emmeline Pankhurst, the founder of the Suffragette movement for women’s equal rights, RightsInfo takes a look back at this historic woman’s life work and achievements.
The US was awarded $4m for reaching for winning the Women’s World Cup. While France, the 2018 men’s world champions, were awarded $38m.
England’s Lionesses might not have triumphed at France 2019, but they have achieved something much bigger.