Articles by Sian Norris
Instead of selling things to women this International Women’s Day, how about fighting for their economic empowerment?
Sian Norris / March 8, 2019
Equality won’t be achieved by hosting a one-off inspirational event—especially one that enforces a narrative of financial success as a matter of individual effort
Sian Norris / January 9, 2019
The Channel 4 drama exposed an ongoing problem in the Brexit debate: the lack of women's voices
Sian Norris / December 12, 2018
Ghost Wall is a masterful piece of writing exploring family, sexuality and history
Warzone? Refugee camp? The dark alley you walk down on your way home? According to the UN, home is the most dangerous place to be a woman
Sian Norris / September 19, 2018
The author has a talent for zeroing in on emotional secrets
Social media and the pressures of school work are blamed for a rise in self-harm in girls—but are we ignoring one of the biggest contributing factors: poverty?
An unflinching portrayal of the US prison system makes for a frustrating read
Raab's past pronouncements send a troubling message about the kind of Brexit he’ll be bringing home from Brussels’ negotiating rooms
Thanks to the objections and filibustering of Chope and Davies, men who wish to shame and harass women have scored a win
Imagining the First Lady in hiding, or plotting her escape, allows us to ignore the uncomfortable truth