On the anniversary of Women's March London, join our rally to say Time's Up and to renew the struggle for equality and justice.
Rally point at Richmond Terrace, opposite Downing Street
Access info is posted below — or contact us on 07415821564 for access info.
Please donate to help us cover costs gofundme.com/womens-march-london
Bloody Good Period will be collecting pads for those unable to buy them: if you can please bring along a packet of pads (no tampons), and where possible please buy from sustainable brands.
Please wear a warm waterproof coat and bring water and snacks. There are no toilets at the rally point but there are toilets nearby at Westminster and Trafalgar Square
Host Shola Mos-Shogbamimu Lawyer, Women Rights Activist & Co-organiser of Women's March London
Reni Eddo-Lodge Journalist and author «Why I'm no longer talking to White People About Race»
Helen Pankhurst Women's rights activist CARE International and great granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst
Stella Creasy MP for Walthamstow
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah UK Black Pride
Sajeela Kershi Comedian «Immigrant Diaries» and «Fight Like a Girl»
Marchu Girma Women for Refugee Women
Sophie Walker Women's Equality party
Holler4 activist choir
Paulina Poli Palian Polish Feminists
Lan Wu US Democrats Abroad
Professor Udy Archibong Professor of Diversity, Bradford University
Zamzam Ibrahim President Salford University Students Union
Shabana Kausar and Amna Abdul Specialist activists and against Violence Against Women & Girls
Paris Lees Transgender activist and journalist
Maria Munir Non binary activist
Isabelle Lemberger-Cooper Community midwife and NHS activist
Louise Raw Social historian
One year on, we are coming together to say Time's Up.
Time's Up on gender based violence, sexual harassment and abuse. Time's Up on the systematic and politically motivated underfunding of the services survivors depend on. Time's Up on victimizing survivors and allowing abusers to avoid accountability. Time's Up on the misogynistic abuse of women on social media. Time's Up on the culture that tells men they are entitled to women's bodies.
Time's Up on bigotry and prejudice — scapegoating Refugees and Muslims. Time's Up on racially motivated violence and harassment. Time's Up on deportations, inhuman detention centres and human trafficking. Time's Up on islamophobia, anti-semitism, transphobia, homophobia and ableism. Time's Up on the under representation of marginalised groups in politics and in the media.
Time's Up on the economic oppression of women. Time's Up on the gender pay gap that sees women paid less than their male counterparts for the same job. Time's Up on the cruel and ideological universal credit system which plunges millions into deeper poverty. Time's Up on austerity, a policy which serves to worsen the country’s economy and disproportionately impacts women. Time's Up on the needless deaths from benefit cuts and sanctions.
Time's Up on controlling the bodies of either women or anyone who was assigned female at birth. Time's Up on telling women what to wear. Time's Up on Burka Bans and the phobia of Hijabs. Time's Up on body shaming and fatphobia. Time's Up on menstrual poverty and taboo. Time's Up on the unequal provision of abortion services. Time's Up on the policing of trans women's bodies.
Time's Up on the climate of profit over people. We want #Justice4Grenfell. Time's Up on climate change denial and the destruction of the environment. #ClimateChangeIsReal.
We are coming together to pledge that we are going to make change in big and small ways. We will stand side by side, once again, in solidarity with our sisters, brothers and siblings around the world. Together we are strong and if we all work for a better world then time is really up for oppressors of women.