Sign up here to add your name to this open letter from female survivors of male violence to women’s organisations

Fair Play For Women would like to ask our supporters to read and share the open letter written by  Fovas*; a group of female survivors of male violence. Click here to read the letter: Open letter from female survivors of male violence to women’s organisations (*Fovas stands for Female-Only, Violence

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Press release: Government confirms women have “legitimate concerns” about transgender reforms

Fair Play for Women welcomes Penny Mordaunt’s confirmation that women’s groups have “legitimate concerns” about legal reforms around gender, and the opening of the consultation today. FPFW, a campaign group for women’s rights, now calls on the Government to make good on those words by engaging fully with women’s groups,

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Open letter to the BBC: Please uphold your duty for fairness and ensure women’s voices are heard

Dear Tony Hall, We are writing to ask you, as Director-General of the BBC, for reassurance that the BBC will uphold its responsibilities to provide balanced, fair coverage with regard to political and public debate about women’s rights in relation to transgender issues. At the Westminster Social Policy Forum in

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Government says GRA reforms will not be at the expense of women’s rights: A self-declaration system must now be ruled out.

The government has confirmed that it will not make any changes to the Equality Act as part of its GRA reforms. This includes no change to the single-sex exemptions which give natal women their legal right to spaces and services exclusive to them.  It will continue to be lawful to

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