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Local Election Campaign – Respect My Sex

In corporations and councils, from parliament to playgrounds, the two sexes – man and woman, male and female – are being sidelined in language, law, policy and public spaces. Council Elections 5th May 2022 There are council elections taking place in many parts of the UK this May. Many local councillors will be standing for election.

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Statement in response to the EHRC intervention

We are delighted to sign this joint statement welcoming the two recent responses of the EHRC –  to the Scottish Government’s proposals for  Gender Recognition Act reform and to the UK government’s Conversion Therapy Ban Consultation. “The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s response to the UK Government’s Consultation on conversion therapy and its letter to

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Joint statement on Govt responsibility to uphold women’s sex-based rights

Labour Women’s Declaration is proud to stand in solidarity with the women who have campaigned for women’s sex-based rights across political parties and in the wider women’s liberation movement. Together with the women of  Woman’s Place UK, FiLia, Fair Play for Women, the Institute of Feminist Thought, Women Uniting, SNP Women’s Pledge, WEP Women’s Sex-Based

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Women Uniting media statement: Are women not extraordinary?

Are media outlets continuing to ignore women led organisations in favour of those led by men? Last Friday (19th June), several news outlets, including the BBC and the Independent, gave prominent coverage to the formation of a cross party political group, representing a number of political LGBT+ groups, calling it ‘an extraordinary move’. Members of the

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Letter to Women and Equalities Minister Liz Truss

Under the banner of Women Uniting, Labour Women’s Declaration group has joined with all the other political party women’s pledge groups, plus Fair Play For Women and FiLiA, in signing a letter to the Minister for Women and Equalities, Liz Truss. It comes in response to a commitment she made, as part of giving evidence

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