“We own the flag of St George because we built this England” The first all-women of colour Richard II at the Globe

Fabienne Dias reviews the first all women of colour production of Richard II Read more

Fawcett Feminist Book Review: Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez

Award-winning campaigner and writer Caroline Criado Perez brings together case studies, stories and research from across the world that illustrate the hidden ways in which women are forgotten, and the impact this has on their health and well-being. Read more

Parliament ‘above the law’ on sexual harassment

26 FEBRUARY 2019: If we want more women in politics we cannot delay reform any longer, says Fawcett Chief Executive Sam Smethers Read more

Sisterhood of Cycling: the radical roots of the bicycle

Jessica Strange explores the origins of the bicycle as a radical tool for women's liberation Read more

"There's Space for Everyone in Tech" #ShakeUpSTEM

Temi Lasade-Anderson on her route in to becoming a marketer in the tech industry Read more

“Technology can help change the world for the better” #ShakeUpSTEM

Lola Ola, Technology Analyst and Social Entrepreneur on her journey in to the tech industry. Read more

A Creative in a Lab Coat #ShakeUpSTEM

“There is a science to the process of designing clothes just as there is creativity in every STEM student’s initial hypothesis” says cosmetic scientist in training Abiola Renee. Read more

“The future of STEM is filled with women who look like me” - #ShakeUpSTEM

Fawcett's #ShakeUpSTEM guest series showcases women making a splash in STEM in celebration of the UN’s International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Read more

Vinita Marwaha Madill: "You Can't Be What You Can't See" #ShakeUpSTEM

"You Can't Be What You Can't See" says Space Operations Engineer Vinita Marwaha Madill Read more

Diversity Makes Business Sense, says co-founder of Stemettes Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE

Diversity Makes Business Sense, says co-founder of Stemettes Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE Read more

When is a hate crime not a hate crime? When it’s targeted at women, apparently

14 JANUARY 2019: We want the rest of the country to follow Nottinghamshire’s lead and make misogyny a hate crime. Read more

Fat Cat Friday shows how little is being done to close the gender pay gap

4 JANUARY 2019: If 2018 was the year the #MeToo movement disrupted our workplaces, 2019 has to be the year we respond with action to change workplace culture for good. Read more

On the eve of Equal Pay Day, turn to your colleagues and ask them how much they earn

9 NOVEMBER 2018: Women have the right to be paid equally if they are doing the same job or work of equal value. But of course, if you don’t know what your male colleagues are earning, how can you possibly challenge it? Read more

Non-disclosure agreements – a license to harass with impunity?

24 OCTOBER 2018: An NDA is a symptom of a bigger problem – the balance of power in the workplace and the culture of cover-up, says Fawcett Chief Executive Sam Smethers. Read more

Fanny Eaton: The forgotten Pre-Raphaelite Muse

19 October 2018: Fanny Eaton was the Pre-Raphaelite muse that history forgot Read more

Adelaide Hall: The woman who lived to 92 but 'never grew old'

18 October 2018: Adelaide Hall was a jazz singer who made her mark on the British entertainment industry. Read more

Seaman 'William Brown': the first black woman in the Royal Navy

15 OCTOBER 2018: ‘William Brown’ was a Black woman who joined the Royal Navy under a man’s name in the early nineteenth century. Read more

Jessica Huntley - radical publisher

12 OCT 2018: Jessica Huntley was the founder of Bogle-L 'Ouverture Publications, the 60s radical book company Read more

Why Lubaina Himid is my favourite artist

8 OCTOBER 2018: Lubaina Himid is an artist, academic and the only black woman winner of the Turner Prize Read more

Lilian Bader: The first Black woman to join the RAF

5 OCTOBER 2018: Throughout her life, Lilian Bader overcame discrimination and racism to become one of the first Black Women to join the Royal Air Force. Read more

New series highlights the impact of the pre-Windrush black people who shaped Britain

04 OCTOBER 2018: New Instagram series by Author and Editor Varaidzo highlights "that black peoples influence in Britain did not begin and end with Windrush". Read more

Una Marson: Poet, Playwright, Pioneer

01 OCT 2018: Una Maud Victoria Marson was a poet, playwright and campaigner for equality as well as the first black woman programme maker at the BBC. Read more

National Democracy Week: For women and girls to change the world, we need to support them into politics

6 JULY 2018: Maddie, a Girlguiding advocate, writes about the importance of young women using their voice for change and gaining equal representation in politics. Read more

National Democracy Week: Survivors of domestic abuse must not have their Right To Vote taken away

5 JULY 2018: Mehala Osborne, survivor and campaigner, reflects on why she launched her Right to Vote campaign and the momentous changes it has brought about for survivors of domestic abuse and their right to vote. Read more