In July 2016, Fawcett Society launched the #Faceherfuture campaign which focuses on several key areas of risk for women; such as women’s representation, women’s rights, the economy and women’s safety.
In this July 2016 article for Politics.co.uk, Sam Smethers, Chief Executive of the Fawcett Society, argues that Brexit must not equate to a rollback of women’s rights.
Brexit is both a negative and positive for women engineers, says Dr Sarah Peers, Vice President of the Women’s Engineering Society, in July 2016.
As the fallout from the EU Referendum continues, Women’s Aid Northern Ireland published an article expressing their concern about the impact of Brexit on women, in July 2016.
In a June 2016 article for Womankind, Lee Webster cautions against a rollback of women’s rights during Brexit.
Black Ballad published an article on how Brexit will affect black women in June 2016. The article explores specific consequences for black women, including on health, work and the ability to lay down roots.
Leading equality and human rights barristers from Cloisters chambers give a monthly practical insight into key legal developments.
In March 2016, EUmatters published an article on Brexit and working women’s rights.
Voxter released a February 2016 survey on Brexit with polls suggesting that the final vote will be very close.
This January 2016 report from British Future reveals that the male-dominated Leave and Remain campaigns are failing to engage female voters.