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How to become an activist and make the change you want to see in the world

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  • The audience at the Eurovision Grand Final on May 13, 2017 in Kiev, Ukraine. Ukraine is the 62nd host of the annual iteration of the international song contest. It is the longest running international TV song competition, held primarily among countries from Europe. Each participating country will perform an original song, votes cast by the other countries determine the winner. This year's winner Salvador Sobral from Portugal won with his love ballad 'Amar Pelos Dois'. (Photo by Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)
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    How watching Eurovision can improve your wellbeing (yes, really)

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    What you need to know about India’s deadly second wave of coronavirus

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    The domestic abuse bill has finally passed – but what does that actually mean for women?

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Women

#HandsOffMyHijab: 8 powerful protest photos by and for young Muslim women

"Legislation which is designed to protect its citizens, is now actively isolating Muslim women"

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Noor and Zee
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Life

A practical guide to becoming an MP, whatever your experience in politics

Always dreamed of a career in politics? Taiwo Owatemi MP has some advice on where to get started

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Alice Porter
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Careers

The big problem with Boris Johnson saying we have “had enough days off”

Many of us have been working, albeit from home, in the midst of a global pandemic. To claim otherwise is hugely disrespectful.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Politics

Misogyny will now be recorded as a hate crime in a bid to tackle violence against women

The change will see police forces asked to identify crimes caused by “hostility” based on the victim’s sex or gender.

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Lauren Geall
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Lauren Geall
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How the issue of the gender pay gap quietly fell through the cracks

There’s been a delay in gender pay gap reporting. Where does that leave women in the plans for post-pandemic recovery?

Women

Join Stylist and #March4Women at our virtual International Women’s Day event

Our world is in crisis – let’s not leave 50% of the population out of decision-making.

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Stylist Team
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People

“I knew my life was in danger and I had to leave Uganda”

This year the theme of International Women's Day is #ChooseToChallenge. Stylist spoke to a young refugee about why she fled Uganda and her new life in the UK.

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Natalie Gil
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Housing

What do renters and first-time buyers really need to know right now?

Experts share their insights following the Budget announcement.

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Hollie Richardson
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News

The women who are making a difference at the Indian farmers’ protests

An update on what's happening on the ground in India as citizen's rail against the harsh farming laws imposed by the government.

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Minreet Kaur
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News

The heartbreak of watching the farmers’ protests from afar for British Indians

Supermodel and activist Neelam Gill talks about how it feels to watch the Indian farmers' and citizens protest new government laws

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Neelam  Gill
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Books

What happens when you disagree with your friends over the issues that matter the most?

Upskirting activist Gina Martin dissects an awkward problem that affects us all.

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Gina Martin
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Natalie Gil
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What’s the deal with the second Trump impeachment, and will it really make a difference?

It has been confirmed that Donald Trump has been impeached (again) just days before Biden's inaugeration.

The Biden-Harris press team will be entirely led by women
Politics

Every single member of the Biden-Harris press team will be a woman

“I am proud to announce today the first senior White House communications team composed entirely of women,” says the President-elect.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Politics

Kamala Harris’ nieces are genuinely the best thing on Instagram

We’re obsessed with Meena Harris’ Instagram feed, and how proud her daughters are of their Auntie Kamala.

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Kayleigh Dray
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News

“On edge, elated and exhausted”: American women react to the US presidential election results

American women give their honest reaction to the results of the Biden vs Trump US presidential election results

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Katy Harrington
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Politics

Why Stacey Abrams is the real hero of the 2020 US election

But it’s not up to Black women to save the world.

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Moya Crockett
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News

28 tweets that tell the story of last night’s US election rollercoaster (and it’s not over yet)

Twitter was on fire as the counting began across America. There was hope, worry, dismay, then hope again. Here are 28 tweets that sum up the drama.

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Katy Harrington
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People

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe faces return to prison

British-Iranian woman Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was imprisoned in Tehran in 2016 under charges of spying and conspiracy.

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Charley Ross
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#ENDSARS: one woman’s must-read eyewitness account from the frontline in Nigeria

Police brutality in Nigeria – read director of ActionAid Nigeria, Ene Obi's frontline eye-witness account

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Politics

It was a grim week for reproductive rights. Here’s what you missed

From Poland to the US, this week was a reminder that abortion rights are never guaranteed.

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Moya Crockett
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