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Global Feminism Series: In Conversation with Julia Gillard

We invite you to join us as we celebrate The Circle’s 15th anniversary this 16th...


Marking the 2 Year Anniversary of the Taliban Takeover with The Rahela Trust

This week we have a guest blog from our partner Rahela Trust: a UK-based, Afghan-led charity striving to create positive and progressive change in Afghanistan, through university scholarships and mentoring talented Afghan women. ...


Global Feminism Series: Live From Uganda

Our second Global Feminism Series will be hosted live from Uganda on the Thursday 29th June, at 18:00-19:00 BST. Hearing from extraordinary women on the frontlines....


Time to re-visit and celebrate the Maputo Protocol

Almost thirteen years ago, when The Circle was in its infancy, two groups of lawyers from the recently founded Lawyers’ Circle travelled to Uganda and Tanzania. We were joined by a team from the Raising Her Voice programme at Oxfam, with whom we were then in partnership. Our objective was to secure a deeper understanding of what can fairly be described as a human rights charter for women and girls. ...


Welcome Rahela Trust!

We Welcome Rahela Trust as New Partners!...


Sikh Women’s Aid Parliamentary Report Launch: “From Her King’s are Born”

This report looks to evidence the prevalence and impact of domestic and sexual violence on Sikh and Panjabi men and women living in the UK to help inform service delivery....


Open Letter Demanding An End To War In Sudan

High profile figures from creative industries sign an open letter to David Cameron calling for more action to end war in Sudan. ...


Meet Our Team! Amber Culley

I'm Amber and I recently started working as the Team and Operations Co-Ordinator at The Circle. I've had the pleasure of working in a variety of areas in the non-profit sector from small arts organisations to regional equalities charities....


Meet our Member! Amarachi Clarke

In conversation with one of our incredible members and trustee Amarachi Clarke, the founder of Lucocoa a Bean-to-Bar chocolate brand based in London. Not only is she a chocolate connoisseur but a dedicated global feminist. She tells us about her relationship to The Circle and her love for Ellen Ripley from Aliens!...


Sri Lanka Women’s Centre Give An Exclusive Interview on Rana Plaza and Garment Justice

The Rana Plaza Tragedy caused a big occupational health problem & marked the garment industry as unsafe. There was a global opinion that the workers were working in inhumane conditions....


Will the fashion industry ever learn? 

On 24 April 2013, when the Rana Plaza factory collapsed, killing over 1,000 garment workers and injuring countless others, the world rightly reeled in shock. This was the deadliest garment factory disaster in history – the deadliest accidental structural failure in our modern memory...