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Alona Ferber is Special Projects Editor at the New Statesman.
Sex and the City showed me a world created by and for women. I felt seen by it, even though it was many miles away from who I was.
The shadow secretary for women and equalities on systemic discrimination and the future of work.
The early months of the pandemic seem almost quaint compared to the horrors that were to come.
Pregnant women around the world have endured inadequate treatment since the start of the pandemic.
The pandemic threatens to reverse decades of feminist progress – governments must act now.
The Liberal Democrat leader discusses green recovery, Covid-19, and making the party relevant again
The Liberal Democrat leader has warned that the Tories’ new ten-point green programme does not go far enough.
The party convened a members’ assembly to explore whether feminists can find common ground in the trans rights debate.
Unlike Christmas, festivals for religious minorities have been ignored by the government throughout the pandemic.
Exclusive polling for the New Statesman shows a majority are against hospital restrictions on women in labour. Yet these measures are still in place around the country.