Introduction: Feminist Resistance in a Brexit Environment; Sue Cohen and Margaret Page
Section 1: From the political to the personal and back again: reclaiming belonging.
Chapter 1. How Brexit is Changing Women’s Lives; Sue Cohen and Margaret Page
Chapter 2. Pivotal Moments in Feminizing Democracy: From the person to the political; Sue Cohen and Margaret Page
2.a: Extracts from the Journal of a Struggling Activist; Sue Cohen
2.b: Resistance in a Landscape of Othering; Margaret Page
Chapter 3. From the Political to the Personal in An Age of Uncertainty: Assault on self, identity, family, community, and nationhood; Susanna Giullari, Negat Hussein, Moestak Hussein, L., Tove Samzelius, Sue Cohen.
Chapter 4. Post-Brexit haiku: Countering prejudice with sticks-in –the-spokes and Danish pastries; Jane Speedy.
Section 2: Feminising Democracy in Westminster and Devolved Nations
Chapter 5. Inspiring Change: Women Organising Across the Devolved Nations; Natasha Davies and Hade Turkmen (Chwarae Teg Wales). Lyn Carvill, (Women’s Budget Group Northern Ireland); Emma Ritch (Engender Scotland) and Sue Cohen.
Chapter 6. Feminists mobilising against Brexit in Westminster; Jenna Norman
Chapter 7. Risky Futures: Women in the British labour market; Sue Milner
Chapter 8. Towards Feminist Democracy: Populist forces and feminist activism; Diane Bunyan, Jackie Longworth, Su Maddock and Margaret Page.
Chapter 9. Everything has Changed and Nothing has Changed: Glimpses of utopian and dystopian futures; Sue Cohen and Margaret Page.