Sex buyer law/Nordic model/End demand campaign UK
- Charlotte discussed the recent introduction of the sex buyer law in France, which changes prostitution laws. She debated with a sex worker activist from Norway, arguing the UK should also adopt the sex buyer law, BBC Global Programmes, 16.45, 7 April 2016.
Morning review of the newspapers
- With presenter, Nick Ferrari, LBC Radio, 9 October 2015, and 25 February 2016.
ITV news: FGM
- On the eve of International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, Charlotte spoke about the high numbers of FGM in England and Wales and the reasons for there having been no convictions for FGM despite criminalising the practice in 1985, 5 February 2016, lunchtime ITV news, 13.45.
BBC 100 women live debate about image
- How important is image? Are beautiful women more likely to succeed? What has led to so many women turning to plastic surgery? Does self-improvement come from within or without? BBC World Service [10.45], 1 December 2015.
Beauty – how far would you go?
- Charlotte Proudman and Virginia Ironside discuss their ‘personal beauty bar’, and their views on cosmetic surgery, BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour, 26 November 2015.
The decline of feminism?
- Debate with Emily Hill of the Spectator, 22 October 2015.
Feminist or equalist?
- Debated the importance of defining oneself as a feminist not an equalist BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour.
- Argued for criminalisation of forced marriage as a major participant on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour.
- Advised on the legal implications of polygamy on BBC Radio 4 presented by Jemima Khan.
- BBC 1 Inside Out, Charlotte made the case for ending the parallel legal system of Sharia law in the UK, which continues to legitimise discrimination against Muslim women.
- BBC Panorama, Charlotte discussed the gender discrimination Muslim women experience at Sharia councils in the UK.
- Charlotte outlined her experiences as a Barrister dealing with Sharia law in the UK on BBC radio 4.
- BBC Radio 5 Live, Charlotte argued that Sharia Councils in the UK are discriminating against women, and are operating a parallel legal system [2:50].