8 May 2007
Julie Bindel, founder of Justice for Women, discusses the unfinished battle for women’s emancipation with Peter Tatchell.
Women’s rights have been long ignored, frustrated and delayed. A century after the Suffragettes, women are still treated as the second sex.
What are the key injustices holding back women?
Among other things, shocking levels of domestic violence, sexual abuse and degrading imagery still blight the lives of millions of women. They also suffer fewer job opportunities, lower incomes and glass ceilings. Women’s liberation remains an aspiration, not yet a reality.
How do we ensure equal rights, dignity and liberation for the female half of humanity?
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