Claire Heuchan – Individual Award Nominee – 2016

Claire Heuchan is a Black radical feminist and PhD candidate who campaigns for the rights of women, black and minority people, and lesbians. Claire’s work highlights the interactions between race and sex in shaping Black women’s experiences. She speaks at conferences and rallies, and her writing has appeared in French, Spanish, and Portuguese translations. Claire […]

Aisha K. Gill – Individual Award Nominee – 2016

Aisha K. Gill is Professor of Criminology at University of Roehampton. She is an activist academic who has been involved in addressing the problem of violence against women and girls/ ‘honour’ crimes and forced marriage at the grassroots level for the past seventeen years. Her current research and campaigning work focuses on domestic violence; rights, […]

“Una” – Individual Award Nominee – 2015

Becoming Unbecoming is a devastating personal account of gender violence told in graphic-novel form, set against the backdrop of the 1970s Yorkshire Ripper man-hunt. Una’s is a major new voice speaking out about the silencing of women with a beautiful, unflinching and empowering memoir. Una believes that too much emphasis rests on the strength or […]

Sian Norris – Individual Award Nominee – 2015

Sian set up her blog in 2007. In the years since, she has used the blog to explore issues around cultural femicide, as well as issues relating to sexual and other male violence against women. Through her blog, Sian has challenged the narratives of victim blaming that leads to low conviction rates and low reporting rates […]

Louise Pennington – Individual Award Nominee – 2015

Louise is a radical feminist activist who always centres women in her work. Her writing, activism and campaigning explores women’s position in society and her analysis of male violence against women and children has provided significant awareness on social media. She writes personally – and professionally for 2014 EHMP winners Everyday Victim […]