Presenter Isy Suttie talks to Bea and Georgia, two members of the campaign group Girls Against, who have used their experiences of unwanted sexual advances at music gigs to challenge attitudes in the music industry and help make going to watch music a safer experience for everyone.
Blood Records released an extremely limited compilation LP 'Girls Against' feat. female acts such as Courtney Barnett, Dream Wife & Deap Valley. The record supports the incredible female talent in the indie music scene. All profits go to Sexpression.
Time Out London featured GA's Bea Bennister in their celebration article about women's vote - filled with 64 incredible women and their thanks to women across the world. Honoured to be a part of this inspiring piece.
Girls Against featured in Declan McKenna's music video for 'The Kids Don't Wanna Come Home' - highlighting the inspiring work and commitment of young activists and musicians.
Girls Against safety message was shown on the big screen at Reading & Leeds Festival in 2016.
Girls Against featured in Inside Out West Midlands - Ayo Akinwolere investigates a disturbing rise in sex assaults at pop concerts - could promoters and security staff do more to protect young female fans?
Leonie Cooper names Girls Against as one of NME's People of the Year 2016 for "fighting sexual assault one gig at a time".
Spotify hosted a meeting with Girls Against to network and create some new & important ideas for the future!
Dr. Martens celebrated their birthday by highlighting creative individuals across the world who are originals in their own fields. Dr. Martens Originals styles have become iconic over time, worn by authentic characters who embody rebellious self-expression. In these interviews, we recognise the creative individuals who inspire us, and find out who they are and what they stand for.
Girls Against are fighting to stamp out sexual assault at gigs, and we are delighted to say they are curating a special show for us on International Women's Day! So come and join us on the 8th of March for an inspirational line-up at our London HQ
Skinny Dip London hosted an Instagram Q&A with Girls Against, giving the campaign a platform to discuss safety at festivals.
Anna Cowan represents Girls Against at the MVP Scotland Conference.
Girls Against became a verified Twitter account in Dec 2017.
Anna Cowan and Hannah Camilleri spoke to BBC Newsbeat about Girls Against.
DIY Magazine spoke to Girls Against about combatting Sexual Assault at live music events.
Young Scot had a chat with Girls Against.