Maggie Mellon of the Women for Independence National Committee blogs about the launch of JusticeWatch at Edinburgh.
Pakistan: According to figures, almost 60 percent of the 86 million registered voters cast their votes in the 2013 elections, and while detailed gender disaggregated data are not available, female participation in the electoral process is reportedly higher than in the past. Photo/DFID
Selma Rahman of Women for Independence's National Committee celebrates civilised democratic engagement!Read more
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The image above is from a previous Rape Crisis Scotland campaign.Read more
Sara Sheridan is a Scottish writer who works in a variety of genres, though predominately in historical fiction. She is the creator of the Mirabelle Bevan mysteries. Sara joined Women for Independence and spoke on our behalf in the run up to the 2014 Independence Referendum.Read more
This guest blog was written for us by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service. The National Committee have agreed to support this campaign. The photograph is of Natalie Towers, currently in jail in England for buying medication online to secure an abortion for herself.Read more
Carol McManus has been on a personal journey to find out the facts about fracking. Photo shows test gas wells at Airth, Falkirk. Carol thanks Dr Geralyn McCarron.Read more
WFI National Committee member Dr Lesley Orr explains how history works, and why we're hosting our women's history event in Dundee on March 5th.Read more
Maggie Mellon of the WFI National Committee and WFI #Justicewatch argues that WFI need to stand firm and that prisons are not the answer.Read more
As women are criticised for wearing pyjamas to the school gate, National Committee member Sandra Mills ponders on perfection and motherhood.Read more