In a year wrought with controversy surrounding Reclaim The Night, Sara Heddi has delivered a large bill but improved outcomes for the womens’ safety march
Rebecca Rommen examines the impact of this year’s Reclaim the Night march, with around 3,500 people taking part, and how it successfully shines a light on the topic of night-time safety.
A survey of 5,649 UK university students has found that 53% of respondents experienced unwanted sexual behaviour from another student
In this instalment of Artefact of the Week, Bella Jewell looks to the new Emmeline Pankhurst Statue; only the second statue of a female in Manchester… does this mark a moment of change in the representation of women?
The march kicks off at 6:30pm from Owens Park
University is all about sex, but perhaps not in the way you may first think. We take a look at the sex-positive movements in Manchester expanding conversations and affecting change.
Liv Clarke retells her own experience, and interviews a fellow marcher and previous organiser for annual march for women’s rights
Hundreds of women will take to the streets to fight for feminism and against violence against women
Students feel there is not enough done to protect them in and around South Manchester, an investigation by The Mancunion has revealed
A number of key proposals such as Reclaim The Night reform among others could not be voted on and will now be considered in September
Cachella Smith talks with part-time women’s officer Emilia Jenkins about the projects she’s been involved with over the past year; even though each project is different, they all have the aim of helping women.
SU Women’s Officer Sara Heddi led the march from Owens Park to the SU
In an exclusive statement to The Mancunion, Sara Khan stated the police are responsible for “systematic abuses women of colour and trans women on the daily”
The annual march comes back to Manchester for its biggest year yet
Because the Student’s Union forgot about us
Students took to the streets to protest violence against women
Do Universities do enough to support victims of sexual violence? An upcoming free lecture hopes to answer just that