Women's rights

Structurally Unsound: Exploring Inequalities Project Report

The UK Government’s current approach to tackling inequality should urgently address the multiple levels of disadvantage that some people face, according to a new UCL report.

Structurally Unsound finds that women, working class, ethnic minority and disabled groups often face multiple disadvantages affecting their educational outcomes, employment prospects, home ownership, health and life expectancy.

The report highlights lessons learned and provides recommendations for policymakers and researchers to adopt when approaching structural inequalities.

I'm Sorry I Missed You - free new Ken Loach film showings

Free showings of Ken Loach's new film @I'm Sorry I Missed You' - focus on in-work poverty, a must see....

Unite the Union are promoting it around the country and the dates/venues in the North East are:

Monday 21st October:

Cineworld (Gate) Newcastle - 6 for 6:30

Showcase Teesside - 6:30 for 7

Cineworld Middlesbrough - 6 for 6:30

Tuesday 22nd October:

Odeon Metrocentre 6 for 6:30

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