The 2023 annual report of the Brazilian Public Security Forum highlighted the disturbing rise in violence against women and girls in Bolsonaro's last year in office.
Kate Osborne tackles the reactionary last week of parliament that's seen legislative attacks on migrants and trade unionists, and the government' ramp up it's "war on woke."
New research from the TUC reveals that disabled workers are more likely to be paid lower than non-disabled workers with 7 in 10 disabled workers on less than £15 an hour.
Pride must remain a protest - there is still too much to fight for to let Pride become merely a celebration, a chance for businesses to fly a rainbow flag to promote themselves.
Looking at the life and legacy of Sylvia Pankhurst, historian Katherine Connolly led a discussion at Arise Festival on the suffragette, socialist and scourge of empire.
"There is a vital role for education to play in helping young people to understand the histories of the Windrush generation & that immigration is positive for the country" - the NEU celebrates 75 years since the arrival of the Windrush.
From acting on the findings of the Forde report to tackling sexual harassment in the Parliamentary estate, it's vital that there is space for women's voices in the Labour Party - Labour Women Leading.
"Domestic abuse is a pervasive human rights violation. Despite steps forward... the truth is that it is extremely difficult for survivors to speak out" - Apsana Begum MP.
"Elite private schools, banks, and country homes were all built on the back of slavery and colonialism. Even now, we are only just beginning to reckon with this history and understand its linkages with the present."
Sabby Dhalu, Stand Up To Racism, tackles Home Secretary Suella Braverman's "racist propaganda campaign" after her speech at the National Conservative Conference this week.