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[CN: This episode contains mentions of rape and online abuse.] In this episode of On the Engender, hosts Alys Mumford and Amanda Aitken are joined by Eilidh Dickson to discuss the final report of the Misogyny Working Group: Misogyny - A Human Rights Issue. Resources: Misogyny - A Human Rights Issue. Recommendations: Interior Design Masters via BBC …
 
On International Women's Day, Engender were joined by Professor Akwugo Emejulu and Assa Samaké-Roman to discuss Black feminism in Europe. Listen to their conversation here. To find out more about their work, follow Professor Akwugo Emejulu here, and Assa Samaké-Roman here on Twitter. Find the book, To Exist is to Resist: Black Feminism in Europe, o…
 
This week On The Engender, hosts Alys and Amanda discuss abortion rights in Scotland with Alice Murray and Lucy Grieve from Back Off Scotland, and hear about their campaign for the Scottish Government to introduce 'buffer zones' (protest-free areas) around clinics that provide abortion services across Scotland. They also talk to Jane Carnall about …
 
In this episode of On the Engender, hosts Alys and Amanda look back over the podcast episodes from 2021. From PSED to Pass the Mic, the Young Parent Penalty to policy participation, as well as elections, unions and city planning, this past year's episodes will have something for every feminist listener. Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss any of…
 
In this episode, we look again at the Public Sector Equality Duty in Scotland and discuss how it could be used to advance equality for all women. Host Alys Mumford is joined by Engender's Policy Manager, Jill Wood, Kirsty McNeill, the Policy and Research Officer at the Coalition for Racial Equality (CRER), and Lindsey Millen, Policy and Development…
 
Another special episode of On the Engender as we are joined by author Eve Livingston and trade union organiser Suki Sangha, hot off the heels of an event held in September. Alys Mumford and Amanda Aitken chat with Eve and Suki about how unions can do more to represent women, how worker power can bring about changes for equality, and how intersectio…
 
On the Engender hosts, Alys Mumford and Amanda Aitken are joined by Jessie Duncan, Engender's Equal Representation Development Officer, Ethan Young, the Civic Participation Manager at Inclusion Scotland, and Kirn Kaur, a human rights lawyer and activist, to discuss participation and representation in policymaking. The Equal Representation in Politi…
 
An exciting special episode of On the Engender today as we are joined by author Leslie Kern and urbanism expert Daisy Narayanan, hot off the heels of an event held in September. Alys Mumford and Amanda Aitken chat with Leslie, Daisy and Engender's Policy and Parliamentary Manager Eilidh Dickson about planning, transport, safety, care work, and how …
 
We've got our pencils sharpened, our notebooks labelled, and we're feeling the new term spirit for season 4 of On the Engender. Hosts Alys Mumford and Amanda Aitken are joined by Engender's Policy Manager Jill Wood and Policy and Parliamentary Manager Eilidh Dickson to discuss what's coming up over the next five years of the Scottish Parliament. Th…
 
"Often we found that a term branded 'white feminism' has been used to talk about the fact that a lot of feminist activity, both historically and currently, focuses on and attracts more white women to it. And isn't talking about the multiple discriminations, the intersecting inequalities, that women of colour experience with the overlap of racism an…
 
In the third episode of the Pass the Mic takeover of On the Engender, host Talat Yaqoob talks to Shasta Ali, Shubhanna Hussain-Ahmed, and Nathalia Urban to discuss COVID-19, and the disproportionate impact it has had on women of colour and communities of colour. Find out more about the Pass the Mic project here. Access a transcript of this episode …
 
In this second episode of the Pass the Mic takeover of On the Engender, host Talat Yaqoob speaks with Rosario Blue, Melissa Espinoza, and Kirndeep Kaur about lived experience and the power of meaningful participation in policy. Find out more about the Pass the Mic project here. Access a transcript of this episode here. On the Engender is produced b…
 
After a short break, we're re-releasing this first episode of the Pass the Mic takeover of On the Engender. Host Talat Yaqoob speaks with Helen Minnis, Viana Maya and Ketsuda Phoutinane about why the media needs to do more to properly represent women of colour in Scotland. Find out more about the Pass the Mic project here. Access a transcript of th…
 
Exciting times here at On the Engender as we prepare for a podcast takeover by the 'Pass the Mic' network of women of colour, who will be running the podcast for the next few episode. Hear Alys Mumford and Pass the Mic founder Talat Yaqoob discuss what's coming up in this advert. Access a transcript of this advert here. On the Engender is produced …
 
In this episode, hosts Alys Mumford and Amanda Stanley are joined by Engender's Eilidh Dickson, and Caitlin Logan and Marie Spalding from One Parent Families Scotland. Hear from Caitlin and Marie about how young single parent families are up to £66.13 worse off per month under Universal Credit compared with the previous social security system, and …
 
The Scottish Parliament elections took place on May 6th. In the second part of our election special, Alys Mumford chats with Engender's Executive Director Emma Ritch, and Policy and Parliamentary Manager Eilidh Dickson to dissect the election results, and what they means for women in Scotland. Access a transcript of this episode here. Resources men…
 
The Scottish Parliament elections are taking place on May 6th. In this election special, Alys Mumford and Amanda Stanley chat with Engender's Executive Director Emma Ritch, and Policy and Parliamentary Manager Eilidh Dickson. Access a transcript of this episode here. Resources mentioned in this episode are: Recording of Engender hustings; 'Vision f…
 
A very special episode of On the Engender featuring author, activist and founder of the Everyday Sexism project, Laura Bates. Alys Mumford discusses Laura's book 'Men Who Hate Women' and how we can tackle the problem of misogyny in Scotland, alongside Engender's Emma Ritch, and Kathryn Dawson from Rape Crisis Scotland. This podcast was recorded dir…
 
In this episode Alys Mumford and Amanda Stanley discuss the over-representation of men in Scotland's media, and what can be done to push for women's equality. They speak with Cat McPhee and Jan Patience from Women in Journalism Scotland about how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted on female journalists in Scotland, and with Dr Miranda Barty-Taylor …
 
The start of season 3 sees Alys Mumford and Amanda Stanley chatting to Engender's Policy and Parliamentary Manager, Eilidh Dickson, about some feminist policy work that happened over the winter break including Covid-19 responses, telemedical abortion services, and women at risk in the workplace. Access a transcription of this episode here. Briefing…
 
Join Alys Mumford and Amanda Stanley as they revisit some episodes from 2020, and reflect on a year which saw women's lives turn upside-down in Scotland. You can catch up on old episodes here: https://www.engender.org.uk/content/on-the-engender-podcast/ Find the 'you'll have had yet feminism?' project here: https://youllhavehadyerfeminism.com/ And …
 
In the final podcast of 2020, Alys and Amanda chat to Emma Ritch, Liz Ely, and members of Living Rent about the links between women's equality and housing justice. Find out more about Living Rent, and read Engender's report on women, housing and homelessness here. Access a transcript of the podcast here. The recommendations from this episode were: …
 
The seventh episode of The Briefing discusses the Hate Crime Bill, and explores explores how legislation can be used to tackle misogyny in Scotland. Alys and Amanda are joined by Engender's Emma Ritch and Andrew Tickell, Lecturer in Law at Glasgow Caledonian University. Resources and recommendations from this episode were: Law in Action, Jack Merri…
 
[Content Note: contains quotes from news reporting which describes sexual assault and other forms of violence against women] This episode of On the Engender, recorded in collaboration with Gender Equal Media Scotland, shines a light on how the media has been reporting on domestic abuse and other forms of violence against women during the pandemic. …
 
This episode shares the live recording of an event held with Christian Aid in 2019, with guests: Memory Kachambwa Executive Director of FEMNET, the African Women’s Development and Communication Network; Marianna Leite, international human rights lawyer and activist; Talat Yaqoob, co-founder of the Women 5050 campaign and member of the First Ministe…
 
This episode is a co-production with the First Minister's National Advisory Council on Women and Girls, and features Dr Ima Jackson, co-chair of the Council speaking with Engender's Emma Ritch, Maxine Blane, and Alys Mumford. The topic is Intersectional Gender Architecture - all of the structures a state has for advancing women's equality and right…
 
The fifth episode of The Briefing explores the Public Sector Equality Duty and how it (doesn't) work for women's equality. Alys and Amanda are joined by Engender's Emma Ritch and Marsha Scott, CEO of Scottish Women's Aid. Note: Unfortunately Marsha's tech failed halfway through, but we promise we'll invite her back soon! The recommendations from th…
 
This podcast from Gender Equal Media Scotland explores the role the news media has to play in responsible reporting of sexual assault trials. Hosted by Alys Mumford of Engender, it features: Dani Garavelli, freelance journalist and columnist for Scotland on Sunday. She has won feature writer of the year at the Scottish Press Awards for two years in…
 
While the world still grapples with the impacts - both immediate and longterm - of the coronavirus pandemic, talking about equality in health has never been more important. This episode, recorded at Engender's AGM in November 2019, sees Alys chatting with artist Annie Crabtree, Shaben Begum CEO of Scottish Independent Advocacy Alliance, Parveen Kha…
 
The fourth episode of The Briefing is all about the economy. Alys and Amanda are joined by Emma Ritch to discuss how Scotland's post-Covid economic recovery could be designed with equality at its heart. The principles discussed in the podcast can be found here and the paper on inclusive growth, authored by Emily Thomson, is here. The recommendation…
 
This week on the Briefing hosts Alys Mumford and Amanda Stanley chat with Engender's Emma Ritch and Eilidh Dickson about unpaid care. The discussion covers the why Covid-19 has highlighted the disproportionate amount of unpaid care done by women, and shared some of the stories submitted by women to #WomenCovidScot Apologies for some poor audio qual…
 
CONTENT NOTE: This recording features discussion of domestic homicide, domestic abuse including coercive control, and suicide. You can call Scotland's Domestic Abuse And Forced Marriage Helpline 24 hours a day on 0800 027 1234, or visit www.sdafmh.org.uk to email or use their webchat function. Luke Hart, along with his brother Ryan, is a leading vo…
 
This second episode of 'the Briefing' sees hosts Alys Mumford and Amanda Stanley chat with Engender's Emma Ritch and Close the Gap's Lindsey Millen. The discussion covers the difference in men's and women's access to the 'furlough' scheme, why we need to know more about how women are spending their time, and the importance of gender-sensitive sex-d…
 
For On the Engender Season 2, we're introducing 'the briefing' short blasts of policy updates and current affairs, specifically looking at Covid-19 and what it means for women's equality in Scotland. Host Alys Mumford is joined by Emma Ritch and Eilidh Dickson from Engender to talk about why women's equality must be at the heart of the Scottish Gov…
 
You’ll have had yer feminism? is a documentary podcast charting the history of Engender, and wider women’s movement in Scotland. Created by Amanda Stanley for Engender, it features interviews with women who have shaped feminism, fought for change, and inspired new generations. This final episode brings an end to Amanda's journey to find out more ab…
 
You’ll have had yer feminism? is a documentary podcast charting the history of Engender, and wider women’s movement in Scotland. Created by Amanda Stanley for Engender, it features interviews with women who have shaped feminism, fought for change, and inspired new generations. Episode four features conversations with Fatima and Susan at the Dundee …
 
You’ll have had yer feminism? is a documentary podcast charting the history of Engender, and wider women’s movement in Scotland. Created by Amanda Stanley for Engender, it features interviews with women who have shaped feminism , fought for change, and inspired new generations. In episode 3, Amanda takes a ferry to Dunoon to speak with Lorna Ahlqui…
 
You’ll have had yer feminism? is a documentary podcast charting the history of Engender, and wider women’s movement in Scotland. Created by Amanda Stanley for Engender, it features interviews with women who have shaped feminism , fought for change, and inspired new generations. Episode two sees Amanda speaking with Nicola Maksymuik at the Glasgow W…
 
You’ll have had yer feminism? is a documentary podcast charting the history of Engender, and wider women’s movement in Scotland. Created by Amanda Stanley for Engender, it features interviews with women who have shaped feminism , fought for change, and inspired new generations. Episode one sees Amanda speaking with founder members of Engender about…
 
100 years on from the Representation of the People Act, we're pleased to present a new On the Engender miniseries exploring the history and legacy of the suffrage movement in Scotland, and the barriers which still exist today for young women, refugee and asylum seeking women, women in prison, trans women and non binary people, and women facing dome…
 
100 years on from the Representation of the People Act, we're pleased to present a new On the Engender miniseries exploring the history and legacy of the suffrage movement in Scotland, and the barriers which still exist today for young women, refugee and asylum seeking women, women in prison, trans women and non binary people, and women facing dome…
 
100 years on from the Representation of the People Act, we're pleased to present a new On the Engender miniseries exploring the history and legacy of the suffrage movement in Scotland, and the barriers which still exist today for young women, refugee and asylum seeking women, women in prison, trans women and non binary people, and women facing dome…
 
100 years on from the Representation of the People Act, we're pleased to present a new On the Engender miniseries exploring the history and legacy of the suffrage movement in Scotland, and the barriers which still exist today for young women, refugee and asylum seeking women, women in prison, trans women and non binary people, and women facing dome…
 
100 years on from the Representation of the People Act, we're pleased to present a new On the Engender miniseries exploring the history and legacy of the suffrage movement in Scotland, and the barriers which still exist today for young women, refugee and asylum seeking women, women in prison, trans women and non binary people, and women facing dome…
 
This episode brings you highlights from day two of 'gendered representations in Scottish news' hosted by Gender Equal Media Scotland. The podcast features discussions on who makes the news - gender imbalance in the media, abuse faced by women working in the media, and exciting new models of media creation. It features contributions from: Doris Eikh…
 
This month, On The Engender is bringing you some highlights from 'Gendered Representations in Scottish News', a conference hosted by Engender, Strathclyde University and others working on women's equality and the media. Sponsored by RSE, the conference brought together journalists, academics and campaigners to talk about how the media can be a tool…
 
In the third episode of our On the Engender miniseries on gender and public space, we look at why the internet is a public space for women, and why gender matters online. Host Alys Mumford is joined by: Maxine Blane, Communications and Administration Assistant at Engender Naomi McAuliffe, Scotland Director at Amnesty International Emma Ritch, Execu…
 
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