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Letter from EVAW

Letter from EVAW

    The End Violence Against Women Coalition (EVAW) has written to the leaders of all the...

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Inside the ivory tower

Inside the ivory tower

“I am frequently asked why so few women of colour hold leadership roles in academia – the answers lie in...

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HIV AIDS: still serious

HIV AIDS: still serious

Calling on the UK government to recognise HIV as a youth issue. AIDS is no longer a death sentence and new...

Letter from EVAW

    The End Violence Against Women Coalition (EVAW) has written to the leaders of all the political parties...

Letter from EVAW
posted on: Nov 22, 2017 | author: Campaigns

Inside the ivory tower

“I am frequently asked why so few women of colour hold leadership roles in academia – the answers lie in this...

Inside the ivory tower
posted on: Nov 21, 2017 | author: Campaigns

Ending exploitation in the gig economy

Currently all the burden of this ‘flexibility’ is picked up by taxpayers and workers. The Work and...

Ending exploitation in the gig economy
posted on: Nov 21, 2017 | author: Sue Tapply

Women’s pay: still a scandal

“At this rate, today’s young women will be retired before equal pay becomes a reality.” Despite the...

Women’s pay: still a scandal
posted on: Nov 10, 2017 | author: Campaigns

Human rights, Palestinian women and Israel

Palestinian women ‘regularly face violence and discrimination as a result of Israeli...

Human rights, Palestinian women and Israel
posted on: Nov 8, 2017 | author: Campaigns

TUC report on young working parents

Flexible working practices are causing young parents real difficulties. The TUC published a report recently looking at...

TUC report on young working parents
posted on: Nov 8, 2017 | author: Campaigns

Action versus government inaction

The government has neither consulted on the redundancy issue nor provided any timeframe for doing so. Maternity Action...

Action versus government inaction
posted on: Nov 7, 2017 | author: Campaigns

HIV AIDS: still serious

Calling on the UK government to recognise HIV as a youth issue. AIDS is no longer a death sentence and new HIV...

HIV AIDS: still serious
posted on: Nov 7, 2017 | author: Campaigns

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