If I was a wife... around the world


If I was a wife in Singapore, the law allows my husband to sexually assault me- as long as I am over the age of 13. This is what it's like to be a wife in other countries around the world.

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Penelope Cruz tackles domestic violence


"I hope that when a woman finds the incredible strength needed to tell her story in a situation like this, she will be listened to." This is Penélope Cruz's emotional plea against male domestic violence.

Who is Gina Miller?


She’s taken UK politics by storm. She’s defeated the government more than once. This is Gina Miller.

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Global climate injustice


"We can't have this continued world of oppression that is driving climate catastrophe." This is why Friends of the Earth say richer nations like the UK should bail out countries already suffering the effects of climate change.

The life story of Gareth Thomas


10 years ago, he became the first professional rugby player to come out as openly gay. This is the life story of Gareth Thomas. 💪

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Hotels that Help


The UK's homelessness crisis became unbearable for student Tom Nevitt after his own difficult personal experiences. This is how he single-handedly launched his non profit Hotels That Help.

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Millions Protest in Global Climate Strike


Millions of young people took to the streets on Friday to protest their governments' inaction on the climate crisis. This is their message. 🌍

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Munroe Bergdorf on TERFs and anti-trans hate crimes


"I need wider society to start doing their job." As a public figure, Munroe Bergdorf has had her fair share of anti-trans harassment. Here, she explains why the UK is riddled with transphobia:

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Fighting rising hate and feeding the poor with Bearded Broz


Fed up with the rising anti-Muslim sentiment and grinding poverty around him, this Midlands activist founded Bearded Broz to help the most desperate in his community.

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Enid Blyton's life story


Banned by the BBC for almost 30 years, her writing continues to be labelled sexist and racist. And yet Enid Blyton is still regarded as one of the best known and loved children's authors of all time. This is her story.

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