Tanni Grey-Thompson called yesterday for more to be done to involve women in sport.
The 11-time Paralympic champion wheelchair racer has become a member of the board of Join In, a London 2012 legacy charity that puts more volunteers into community sport.
Thursday 12th Mar 2015
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Women in unions are still fighting for their rights on many different fronts, says Scarlet Harris
Wednesday 11th Mar 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
Historian Louise Raw revisits the New York origins of a day promoting female emancipation since 1909
Sunday 8th Mar 2015
Shami Chakrabarti argues that backing feminism is indivisible from supporting human rights
An anonymous care worker describes her daily grind of overwork, impossibly timed appointments and insecure employment
Ros Wynne-Jones talks to a carer whose union helped her fight back against her swindling privateer employers
Louise Raw and Kate Smurthwaite discuss the present state of women’s struggle
TUC leader Frances O’Grady asks the men of the trade union movement
In the spirit of the Suffragettes, young female trade unionists explain why they’ll be making sure their voices are heard at the ballot box
The economy is no more stable today than it was seven years ago and the scourge of unemployment and inequality is driving social despair, writes Sharan Burrow