Bold change-maker who launched the Free Periods campaign when she was 17 to end period poverty in the UK.
Writer and stylist whose work sparks learning and change within the intersection of sustainability and fashion.
Young Kenyan environment and climate activist who founded the Green Generation Initiative which has planted 30,000 tree seedlings in Kenya.
Climate justice focused photographer and film-maker that recently co-founded ‘earthrise studio’, a media platform created with the aim of communicating climate issues. Alice’s work often focuses on the intersection between climate justice and the refugee crisis and well as campaigning against FGM.
I Am Greta. (90 minutes).
Intimate documentary about Greta Thunberg who has become the voice of a generation with never-before seen footage. Watch on BBC IPlayer.
Ethos. (8-part series)
Compelling drama set in Istanbul, Turkey. Unique women from starkly different backgrounds meet one another to find connection. Watch on Netflix.
KNOCK DOWN THE HOUSE (86 minutes)‘Knock Down the House’ looks back at the political campaigns of four female Democrats running for Congress in the 2018 United States elections. These women are determined to alter the American political landscape for the better and lead the fight against a collapsing healthcare system, wage inequality, police violence and climate justice. Watch on Netflix.
The Guilty Feminist
Hosted by comedian Deborah Frances-White, with a selection of epic guests, ‘The Guilty Feminist’ dives deep into all topics concerning 21st century feminism and descontructs the all too present feeling in many modern day feminist that they are ‘not a good enough feminist’. Tune in for honest conversations and lots of laughs.
Every Woman’s Guide to Saving the Planet by Natalie Isaacs.
Never underestimate the difference one person can make. From climate bystander to international campaigner, read Nathalie’s compelling call to action.
Green, by Elly Pear.
Feeling bogged down by air miles in the kitchen? Look no further than this handy cookbook that puts plants at the centre of your plates.
Why Women Will Save The Planet, by Friends of the Earth and C40 Cities
This collection of essays asks the question ‘could women’s empowerment transform the chances of achieving environmental sustainability?’ and (no surprises!) the answer is a resounding yes. This book platforms key voices in the ecofeminist movement and is a call to action for all women interested in becoming part of the climate justice movement.
Get Involved – Sisters Uncut
Sisters Uncut is a group taking direct action against violence towards women. Having done amazing work tackling the ongoing issue of domestic violence towards women, Sisters Uncut are now focusing their energy towards tackling the ‘Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill’. The bill gives police more power and less accountability, greater stop and search powers and introduces new legislation which will restrict the individual’s right to protest. Join your local Sisters Uncut group to get involved with other empowered women taking direct action and defending our right to peaceful protest.
Get Involved – Sistah Space
Sistah Space works with girls and women of African heritage who have experienced domestic of sexual abuse. This wonderful non-profit provides advice, support and practical help to survivors. Their mission is an important one – to provide a safe cultural space for victims to feel able to disclose abuse in a confidential environment, as well as encouraging community integration.