I recently attended an event in Dundee that brought together people from the private, the public and voluntary sectors who work together to tackle funeral poverty.
Dundee City Council is set to step up its efforts in the battle against period poverty a year after it first rolled out free products at some city schools.
Free sanitary products will be available in public buildings across Dundee, as part of the council's commitment to tackling period poverty.
The University of Dundee has announced a pioneering plan to expand the availability of its free sanitary products to include its 3,000 online learners, some as far away as New Zealand.
It’s a fact of life that every month millions of women around the globe have to deal with “the curse” of their period.
From its foundation in 2005 until 2012, I had the privilege of managing Dundee Foodbank.
Dundee is planning to step up the war on “period poverty” by handing out free sanitary products in schools.
A charity is set to hand out care packs to women around Dundee in a bid to combat an ongoing period poverty “crisis”.