UK SAYS NO MORE sat down with actress and activist Rose McGowan to talk about her experiences and the way forward for society to understand sexual abuse.
#AskWinnie: Join us this Thursday (8th February 2018) between 4-5PM (GMT) for a live Twitter Q+A with award-winning author Winnie M Li! Hosted by UK SAYS NO MORE, Winnie M Li will be answering your questions over on her Twitter
Last night, Kesha performed an emotional rendition of her single Praying at the 60th GRAMMY Awards in New York City. Featured image: Kolombiyar via Wikimedia Commons, licensed under CC 4.0 The pop superstar remained defiant as she performed her single Praying, an ode to recovery
Last year, as allegations of sexual harassment, abuse and assault gripped the world and made headline news, an opportunity arose. For years, survivors of such atrocities have been working to no end to ensure that these allegations are taken seriously,
#TIMESUP on harassment, oppression, abuse and exploitation. 21st January marks one year since the historic Women’s March that took place in London and around the globe. This year, UK SAYS NO MORE is renewing the struggle for justice and equality by
2018 is here and it’s time to act
2017 was the year that the conversation started. As disheartening as it may be, it’s unfortunately not a massive shock that in 2017 we’re still having to tell people that sexual violence is not OK. That sexual assault is not