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16 days of activism at Manchester University Students’ Union

Why the Students’ Union is currently covered in orange posters and banners

Pankhurst Punk by Mancsy Photo: Eleanor Forrest

Art Exhibition raises hundreds of pounds for MASH

Manchester Action on Street Health curate exhibition showcasing the creative talent of the women it supports, in their first ever opening to the public

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Controversy: Are sex-specific abortions OK?

Following the criticism of an Ethics Professor for supporting abortions based on the foetus’s sex, Science and Technology reporter Jake Jones considers the ethics of sex-specific abortions

Photo: Elise Gallagher

A culture of objectification, not rape

We must be more accurate with our definitions of the threats that women face if we are to tackle misogynistic behaviour in public and in private

Photo: KylaBorg @ flickr

Wonder Women Festival lands in Manchester

The breakdown of our top art picks from the feminist festival of the year

Photo: Tina Koyama @ Flickr

The Women’s March: Sexism on social media

Women are shamed on social media sites following their decision to publicly protest for women’s rights

Photo: mobili @Flickr

Inspired by the Women’s March? Get involved in Manchester

There is a myriad of events happening in 2017 in Manchester to fight for gender equality and women’s rights, so if the Women’s March inspired you to get involved, here’s a short round-up of how you can

On the week of International Women's Day The Mancunion spoke to Helen Pankhurst the great-grandaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst. Photo: The Mancunion

Helen Pankhurst speaks to The Mancunion

For International Women’s Day 2016, the GDI celebrated the history of feminism with a screening of Suffragette. Afterwards we spoke to Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of Emmeline, about how the fight for equality is far from over

The plans, which involved the demolition of the pictured Owens Park Tower will result in 3000 new rooms in Fallowfield. Photo: N Bojdo

UAE set to invest in Fallowfield redevelopment

Mubadala, the Abu Dhabi-based and government-owned investment company, has announced it will invest around £175 million in the redevelopment of the Fallowfield campus to create a 3000-room student village.