By discriminating against its own vulnerable staff, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is not even able to implement its own advocated policy… Two strikes have happened in one month and no agreement has yet been reached. Yi ZOU “Black, disabled and older people in society can […]
How do you perceive the legal system in the UK after my detention? And, do you believe there is access to justice? Carolina Gottardo* This was the question that Julio, a Latin American member of the Freed Voices group, asked some of his friends following his immigration detention […]
A century ago, ballet was almost unheard of in Cuba: it was a practice for Europeans and a few high-society ladies in search of elegance. Today, however, none can doubt the influence Cuba has had on the art form. Martha Sánchez The deep roots of ballet in the […]
This film, through which equal rights for those who belong to this profession are demanded, will be screened on November 22 at the Palace of Westminster. A report on the subject and some testimonies will also be released on this day. An event which MP Dawn Butler and actress […]
In Peru, around half of the women are victims of domestic violence; female workers are paid almost one-third less than men in equivalent jobs in Panama; every 18 hours there will be at least one Honduran woman killed.
Enhancing women’s rights and promoting gender equality have been a constant movement in this continent for many organizations and one of them is expecting its 25th anniversary this year.