LSE International Inequalities Institute working paper: The Great British Sorting Machine

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Childhood school and neighborhood deprivation is negatively associated with adolescents’ school performance, aspirations and expectations for their future.

This is the key finding from the August 2018 working paper by the LSE International Inequalities Institute on adolescents’ futures in relation to their socioeconomic background.

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Centre for International Governance report: Brexit and Human Rights

‘Human rights activists, and anyone concerned with the protection of civil liberties and fundamental rights within UK law and policy, will need to be vigilant in the post-Brexit era.’

Colm O’Cinneide, UCL has written a February 2018 paper on Brexit and Human Rights for the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI).

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Fawcett Society: Know Our Worth Conference – 17 November 2018 (London)

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Date: 17 November 2018
Time: 9:15am – 5pm
Location: London Southbank University, 103 Borough Rd, London, SE1 0AA
Cost: £22 / £35 for Fawcett Members / Non-members (concessions available)

The Fawcett Society is inviting you to their annual conference. The day will include panel discussions, interactive breakout sessions.

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Child Rights Alliance England call for evidence: State of Children’s Rights 2018

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Child Rights Alliance England (CRAE) have opened a call for evidence ahead of their flagship annual publication on the state of children’s rights in England.

They are looking for input to help make the report credible, relevant and change-focused. The deadline is 14 September 2018

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Work and Pensions Committee report: Universal Credit and Domestic Abuse

‘Under Universal Credit, claimants living with domestic abuse can face seeing their entire monthly income—including money meant for their children— go into their abusive partner’s account.’

The Work and Pensions Committee have published an August 2018 report on Universal Credit and domestic abuse.

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