Single Mothers Singled Out 2011

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The changing labour market 2

The 2014 Changing Labour Market 2 report, which looks at women, low pay and gender equality in the emerging recovery. ...

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Women’s Financial Assets and Debts report

The 2007 report on the  far-reaching effect of the gender pay gap on women's saving, assets and debt. ...

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Sex Equality: State of the Nation 2016

To mark the 150th anniversary of Fawcett, we ran a poll of 8,000 people with Survation, asking the public their views on gender equality and looking at how far we ...

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Equality – it’s about time: Timeline of women’s rights 1866-2016

To mark the 150th anniversary of Fawcett, we've come up with a timeline marking significant dates for the women's rights movement from 1866-2016, including women in politics, reproductive rights, violence ...

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2006 Review of the Women & Criminal Justice Commission

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Historical background of gender neutral language

Some historical background to gender neutral language. ...

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Implementing gender neutral language

Best practice guidelines for implementing gender neutral language in statutory, official and legal documents. ...

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Equal Pay Day 2015 Briefing

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Sex and Power: Who runs Britain 2015?

Research about women's presence in the 2015 General Election in the 3rd in a series from Counting Women In coalition ...

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