Read about the recent campaigns we've led
Read about the recent campaigns we've led

Enough is Enough runs occasional campaigns across the university, aiming to bring awareness and spark conversation around different SGBV related issues. 

Across the end of February and beginning of March they worked with the university EDI team and Sabbatical Officer team on a Gender Based Violence Awareness Campaign, designed to coincide with the end of LGBTQ+ History Month and beginning of Women’s History Month. 

It involved watch-a-long film screenings of the 2014 film ‘Pride’ about the true story of Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners (LGSM) who raised money in support of Welsh Miners striking against Thatcher's government, and greatly impacted queer rights in the UK. 

We also watched the 2017 film ‘Battle Of The Sexes’, which follows the true story of Billie Jean King and her historic 1973 match against Bobby Riggs and her fight for women’s tennis players to be paid and rewarded equally to men. 

We also ran liberation themed arts and crafts sessions, as well as book club discussions on ‘Life a a Unicorn’ by Amrou Al-Kadhi, an autobiography of a Muslim drag queen. We also discussed ‘Girl, Woman, Other’ by Bernardine Evaristo, a fictional novel that follows 12 women in the UK across several decades and explores how race, sexuality, gender, and history intersect with their experiences differently.

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