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Caroline Criado Perez is a writer and feminist activist. Her forthcoming book, Invisible Women, is an examination of how the global gender data gap harms women. She tweets as @CCriadoPerez.
If you’re a woman, your best chance at becoming a statue is to be a mythical or allegorical figure, a famous virgin, royal or nude.
It's been over 45 years since the Equal Pay Act, and the reasons women still earn less than men are complex. To change them, we may need to take more radical action than this proposal offers.
“When you’ve tried everything you can, what else can you do but demand freedom?”
The UN’s targets on gender equality are not just a matter for “developing” countries.
Report after report detail the horrors and abuses at the detention centre, yet nothing changes.
There is an important and necessary book waiting to be written on this subject – but this isn't it.
In the UK, it can feel like Latin America had simply been wiped off the map, but women there are facing terrible injustices that completely escape our attention.
Two years after the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh, in which over a thousand people died, we still fail to appreciate the human cost of the clothes we wear.
Is parliament dragging its heels on modern-day slavery because women's domestic "work" is still considered part of the natural order?
Katrine Marçal's Who Cooked Adam Smith's Dinner? reminds us how Homo economicus has always been supported by free, underacknowldged, female labour.