On 11 June this year a modern pilgrimage for electoral reform and equal votes took place across the country, including Oxford. I wrote this article with another West England Bylines writer, Kerry Ann Christelow, to describe the Oxford event, its suffrage heritage, and why we need to ‘Get moving on PR’ now. ‘Get Moving for […]
Author: Dr Sue Ledwith
Dr Sue Ledwith is currently a co-convenor of Oxon Make Votes Matter, the single-issue campaign for Proportional Representation. She is an active member of Oxford & District Labour Party and was formerly a tutor at Ruskin College, Oxford, running MAs in Women’s Studies and International Labour & Trade Union Studies, together with scholarship programmes for international trade unionists. She has also published in the field of gender and organisations; her most recent book, jointly with Gaye Yilmaz, is Migration and Domestic Work; the Collective Organisation of Women and their Voices from the City.