France's new prostitution law is controversial, but the debate around sex work is improving
Jessica Abrahams / February 15, 2016
Plans to force firms to publish their pay gaps won't come close to solving the problem
We can't escape the unnecessary gendering of products—but we can subvert it
Jessica Abrahams / January 7, 2016
We've taken to the streets in our millions to protest sexual violence–what more do you want?
Jessica Abrahams / December 19, 2015
A politician with naked ambition could hold the balance of power
Jessica Abrahams / November 17, 2015
It's not just which stories the media covers-the way it covers them matters just as much
Jessica Abrahams / September 9, 2015
One of Egypt's leading human rights lawyers explains why her country's attitude to women is worsening
Jessica Abrahams / April 8, 2015
If we barred sexism in advertising, we wouldn't have many adverts left
Jessica Abrahams / January 30, 2015
Raif Badawi in 2012 © Ensaf Haidar Human rights abuses may not be uncommon in Saudi Arabia, but the cruelty of Raif Badawi's case has been front-page news in the west and sparked protests from...
Jessica Abrahams / January 27, 2015
Newcastle Crown Court, where a panel of experts will observe rape trials for the next six months © Mick Gallagher/Flickr Rape trials are, notoriously, one of the areas in which the justice system...