On the 24th of November 1992, with the ashes of Windsor Castle still so pungent in the air, the late Queen Elizabeth described that year, the year of her Ruby Jubilee, as Annus horribilis - the “horrible year”. The Latin epithet is one fitting for each year of the last decade or so of British politics, an epoch that is all that many first-time voters will have ever known
The text 'Mind the gap' over a feminine gender symbol.
For all the laudable progress made by the feminist movement thus far, the gender pay gap still remains a thorny problem. Defined by the OECD as ‘the difference between median earnings of men and women relative to median earnings of men’, research conducted by United Nations Women shows that worldwide, women only make 77 cents for every dollar earned by men. Such stubborn inequality persists because women’s work is often undervalued and under-renumerated in our current capitalist structure, and because […]...


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