Category: Women

Ministers need to enforce fairness for females in sport – now | Mara Yamauchi

I think the new swimming policy is proportionate, robust and overdue – and hope other sports heed the call to follow suit Why does the female category in sport exist? It exists so that those born female – women and girls – can participate, compete and excel in sport that is fair and safe. Without…
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Europeans are overwhelmingly pro-choice, but that doesn’t mean women’s rights are safe | Anna Grzymala-Busse

Roe v Wade was overturned in the US by a court, not by voters. The same happened in Poland – and it could happen again Abortion access is about to be severely curtailed or cut off for millions of women in the United States following the supreme court’s decision to abolish the constitutional protections for…
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Europeans are overwhelmingly pro-choice, but that doesn’t mean women’s rights are safe | Anna Grzymala-Busse

Roe v Wade was overturned in the US by a court, not by voters. The same happened in Poland – and it could happen again Abortion access is about to be severely curtailed or cut off for millions of women in the United States following the supreme court’s decision to abolish the constitutional protections for…
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Europeans are overwhelmingly pro-choice, but that doesn’t mean women’s rights are safe | Anna Grzymala-Busse

Roe v Wade was overturned in the US by a court, not by voters. The same happened in Poland – and it could happen again Abortion access is about to be severely curtailed or cut off for millions of women in the United States following the supreme court’s decision to abolish the constitutional protections for…
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The hypocrisy of anti-abortionists laid bare | Letter

If only those behind the US supreme court’s overturning of Roe v Wade cared as much about children who are living, writes Sharon McIver Moira Donegan’s thoughtful piece (Roe v Wade has been overturned. Here’s what this will mean, 24 June) helped make sense of some of the anger I’m feeling about the decision made…
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Allowing babies in the Commons would humanise it | Letters

Rachel Phipps says we need to create a society where mothers with babies are welcomed, not excluded. Plus letters from Martin Cooper and Jack Winter I am 64 and have six children. I am upset but not surprised by the decision to exclude women with babies from parliamentary debates (MPs should not bring babies into…
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