emma watson has donated £1 million in support of time's up
Ahead of the BAFTAs, the actress and activist has spoken on the culture of harassment, abuse and impunity in the entertainment industry.
the transformative and terrifying role of gowns in film
The “makeover scene” scene is about more than heterosexual validation, it’s a chance to challenge identity, class, and reality.
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watch emma watson’s inspiring short film about gender equality
Part history lesson, part pep talk, the actress sure knows how to inspire.
watch emma watson's powerful speech on campus sexual assault
'The experience must make it clear that the safety of women, minorities, and anyone who may be vulnerable, is a right, not a privilege,' the actress and U.N. ambassador declared yesterday while presenting HeForShe's groundbreaking new report.
emma watson on her magical meeting with noma dumezweni, the new hermione
'It was AMAZING,' Watson said of seeing ‘Harry Potter and The Cursed Child,’ the stage adaption that became the subject of racist backlash last year when it was announced that her character would be played by actress Noma Dumezweni.
emma watson and lena dunham give a moving shoutout to the women who inspire them
“Behind every successful woman is another successful woman,” reminds Sheryl Sandberg's new #LeanInTogether video.
emma watson is petitioning for a suffragette statue in london
The feminist icon is calling out Parliament Square's serious lack of gender diversity.
why doesn’t australia have our own lena, tavi or mindy?
In the search for our own Gen-Y mouthpiece, it becomes clear that our culture doesn’t make heroes of young women, it cuts them down.
emma watson is taking a year off acting to focus on feminist activism
In conversation with feminist icon bell hooks, Watson reveals how she'll spend the most productive stretch of vacation leave ever.
emma watson says fashion is a feminist issue
The actor also reveals that she was advised not to use the word 'feminism' in her famous #HeForShe speech.
malala yousafzai says she identifies as a feminist because of emma watson
The Nobel Peace Prize-winning women’s rights activist found the term “tricky” until hearing Watson’s speech at the UN.