Diversity and difference

Are the Equality Act 2010 and CEDAW working for the women’s voluntary & community sector in England?

In March 2019, the CEDAW Committee published a set of recommendations on how the UK could better protect and promote women's rights. The UK and devolved governments have until 2023 to implement these recommendations before they must report back to the UN on progress made, although three overarching recommendations and one surrounding Brexit must be reported on in 2021.

Girls Speak Campaign

Every girl should be able to live her life free from inequality, poverty and violence.

But too often girls at the sharpest end of inequality are missing from the public debate about the issues young people face and services and policies are designed without them in mind. 

#N8 New Pioneers Researchers

Dr Hannah Bows – Durham Law School, Durham University

Dr Hannah Bows is an Assistant Professor in Criminal Law, having previously completed her ground-breaking PhD research examining the extent, nature and consequences of sexual violence against people aged 60 and over in the UK in 2016.

Fawcett’s 2020 Sex and Power Index: Men continue to dominate every sector of UK public life

The Fawcett Society’s 2020 Sex and Power Index charts the extent of male domination of positions of power – with women still missing in significant numbers from top jobs in politics, the law, civil service, trade unions, charities, professional bodies and sport bodies. The Index also reveals an alarming lack of women of colour across the top jobs in all sectors.

The data in the 2020 Sex and Power Index also reveals the dismally slow pace of change – with stark inequalities continuing to thrive in the UK today.

The key findings are:

Angelou Centre helpine for supporting BAME women with no recourse to public funds

We are pleased to announce the launch of our specialist helpline for agencies who are working with black and minority survivors of domestic and sexual violence who have no recourse to public funds. Contact us for expert advice and guidance on any issues relating to domestic and sexual violence.

This Helpline can also be accessed directly by survivors who have queries around no recourse to public funds.

Please Contact: 0191 226 0981
Helpline Open: 10.30-12.30 Monday - Thursday

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