Feminist Fightback is an activist collective developed out of conferences in 2006 and 2007, inspired by the politics of a range of anti-capitalist feminist struggles. FF believe that no single oppression can be challenged in isolation from all other forms of exploitation that intersect with it. They are also committed to fighting for a feminist perspective and awareness of gender issues everywhere in our movement – not marginalising ‘women’s rights’ as a separate issue.
Feminist Fightback are a trans friendly group, whose planning meetings are open to all-self defining women and who involve all genders in their wider activities, working on a non-hierarchical and consensus basis. New people are very welcome to attend any meeting simply to find out more about FF.
“A joint campaign by Eaves and OBJECT which aims to promote an increased understanding of the myths and realities surrounding prostitution and calls for prostitution to be seen and widely understood as a form of violence against women.”
A campaign aiming to highlight the issue of street harassment, open it up to public debate and to educate both men and women. “We’d like men to understand the negative impact of their actions, and women to politely but firmly stand up for themselves. We believe it needs to become socially unacceptable for a woman to be harassed in the street.”
“A campaign and social enterprise that challenges the ‘culture of pink’ which invades every aspect of girls’ lives. The site is for parents and non parents alike, and aims to gather support, promote discussion and ultimately to mobilize that support to influence marketeers and the media about the importance of promoting positive gender roles to girls.”
A global call to action on ending violence against women and girls set up by UN Women. Say NO is an expanding coalition of individuals, organizations, governments and the private sector who want a future free from gender-based violence.
A collaborative, international campaign calling women to take control of technology to end violence against women. Exploring the links between technology and VAW and the way digital spaces have become dominated and defined by masculinities.
“We are a group of women who are committed to making a difference to how
society understands rape. We feel there is a need for a massive public education campaign to destroy the dangerous myths that
perpetuate violence against women.”
The White Ribbon Campaign (WRC) is the UK branch of the global campaign to ensure men take more responsibility for reducing the level of violence against women. It is the first male-oriented organization to oppose VAW.
A group of women from diverse backgrounds who have come together to fight against the government cuts from a feminist perspective. All women who oppose the cuts are welcome to join and take part in actions.