Date: Thursday 17 May 2018
Location: Women’s Resource Centre, United House, London, N7 9DP
Time: 10:00 – 16:00
Cost: £25 for Women’s Resource Centre members and £50 for non-members
The Women’s Resource Centre is running a training event for organisations working on violence against women and girls who seek to know more information about about finances in joint projects and consortia.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission have released a series of infographics to illustrate key findings from their March 2018 report on the impact of tax and welfare reforms.
The gender pay gap varies markedly by age. The gap is small or negative for employees in their 20s or 30s. For older age groups, the gap widens considerably.
This is according to the April 2018 report from by the House of Commons Library on the gender pay gap.
The Government Equalities Office have published its 8th report to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (pdf), in April 2018.
Galop is recruiting a Hate Crime Advocate, on a fixed-term contract until 31 March 2019, in London. Applications close on Monday 23 April 2018.
Date: 1 May 2018
Location: The Wilson Room, Portcullis House, SW1A 2JR
The APPG on Responsible Taxation and the Women’s Budget Group invite you to participate in a discussion on the ways in which tax matters for equality between women and men in the UK, and around the world.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) have produced a March 2018 digital toolkit based on their Integrated Communities Strategy Green Paper.
This resource has been created to facilitate conversations and gather feedback on the Government’s vision for building integrated communities.
‘As a company, Twitter is failing to respect women’s rights online’.
This is according to the March 2018 research project by Amnesty International on violence and abuse against women online.
Published in April 2018, the report ‘Unhappy Birthday’ argues that, together with the benefits freeze, the two child limit is “the most damaging welfare reform in terms of the long term impact on levels of child poverty.”
There is considerable concern that employment rights and protections for women are at risk after Brexit, creating a more hostile and less supportive working environment for many, both women and men.
This is from the March 2018 report (PDF) from the Women’s Budget Group and the Fawcett Society, on the economic impact of Brexit on women.