‘Lifts and Ladders: resolving ethnic minority women’s exclusion from power’ looks at why ethnic minority women are excluded from power in the UK.
Women in the South West are vastly under-represented in the region’s top positions of power and influence across the public and private sectors, according to research carried out by the South West TUC and Equality South West.
‘Map of Gaps 2. The postcode lottery of Violence Against Women support services in Britain’ was published by End Violence Against Women (EVAW) and the Equality and Human Rights Commission in January 2009.
The judgement by Lord Justice Moses in the case of Southall Black Sisters and London Borough of Ealing was published on 29 July 2008.
The House of Commons Home Affairs Committee published its report on ‘Domestic Violence, Forced Marriage and “Honour”-Based Violence’ on 13 June 2008.
Fawcett published the final report of its ‘Routes to Power’ research study on ethnic minority women leaders in May 2008.
Sex discrimination regulations came into force on 6 April 2008.
In March 2008, Fawcett published a collection of essays on the needs of ethnic minority women called ‘Seeing Double: race and gender in ethnic minority women’s lives’.
‘Making the Grade 2007’ from End Violence Against Women (EVAW) is the third annual assessment of what Government Departments are doing to tackle violence against women.
The Equality and Diversity Forum submitted its response to the Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into Domestic Violence on 1 October 2007.