Liv Little, Women in science and health, Could men have a role to play in refuges?
Liv Little, the woman behind Gal Dem, a magazine collective run by women of colour. Our Power List 2016. Plus should domestic violence organisations be solely run by women?
Liv Little, the woman behind @galdemzine - a magazine collective run by women of colour.
As Moray Women's Aid in Scotland is disaffiliated from the Scottish Women's Aid network after they discovered the group had a man on its board - an appointment which does not comply with their rules - we ask; Should domestic violence organisations be solely run by women?
This year's Power List will celebrate seven women who've made the biggest impact on women's lives over the past seven decades. Today we're talking about who should be included from health with Susan Bewley, professor of women's health at King's College London, and from science, with Sunetra Gupta, Professor of Theoretical Epidemiology at the University of Oxford.
Elizabeth Woodcraft talks about her new novel Beyond the Beehive which focuses on female friendships and being a mod in the '60s.
Presented by Jenni Murray
Producer Beverley Purcell.
Men Against Domestic Violence
Should domestic abuse organisations be solely run by women, or should men be included?
Liv Little is the Editor of Gal-Dem, an online collective run by women of colour
Woman's Hour Power List
Which women have had the biggest impact on the fields of Health and Science?
Her new novel Beyond the Beehive is about the role of girls in the mod-scene in the '60s
Role Contributor Presenter Jenni Murray Producer Beverley Purcell Interviewed Guest Elizabeth Woodcraft Interviewed Guest Liv Little Interviewed Guest Polly Neate Interviewed Guest Chris Murphy Interviewed Guest Sunetra Gupta