On the weekend preceding International Women’s Day 2016, the Manchester Media Group are hosting our inaugural Women In Media Conference
The second female Vice-Chancellor in St Andrews’ history has been appointed at the university
Sonia Mansouri discusses the stigma surrounding sexually liberated females and how woman are fighting back
Report designed to inform political and public policy debates calls for legislative change in four sectors to reduce gender inequality
Have slurs become degendered in the LGBT+ community? Is it still marginalising women? Can we even answer these questions at all?
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.
Self defence is an important skill to have, particularly at university. The University of Manchester has recognised such a necessity and has actively sought to improve self defence among students
Amelie Eckersley argues that deeming sanitary products ‘non-essential’ and attaching a 5 per cent VAT unfairly disadvantages women
International Women’s Day is approaching so Laura Mills talks you through a few charities that help give back to women in need
A report has shown that ‘workaholic’ working environments in academia are detrimental to the career paths of female academics
Everybody knows that physical violence is wrong, so why are men hit so much harder when being charged with domestic abuse?
Sadie Hill combats the media’s representation of size and promotes the importance of body positivity
Molly Allen gets to grips with the taboo subject of female masturbation
Feminism is hardly bashful and the pervasive misandry is only serving to make men resentful, says author Swayne O’Pie
Manchester’s Women’s Campaign offers an inclusive and varied range of events to all interested students, both within the university and in the local community.
UK Sport withdraw funding for women’s water-polo, jeapordising trio’s Rio hopes