Articles about 'equal pay'

Staying in for women’s rights

With the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU approaching, Megan Stodel has been looking into the EU’s record on gender equality and women’s rights

Megan Stodel // 20 June 2016

Categories: Features, Politics and Current Affairs, Violence, Work and Play

On sexism and immigration

Responding to David Cameron's concerns about the isolation of migrant Muslim women, D H Kelly highlights the ways in which our immigration system is indirectly sexist and can put women at risk

D H Kelly // 22 January 2016

Categories: Blog, Uncategorized

The Pensions gender gap – what’s being done about it?

Ryan Smith looks at the gap between men's and women's pensions, and asks what can be done to ensure greater equality in terms of financial security in retirement

Guest Blogger // 4 August 2015

Categories: Blog

Musical machinations

Although Sarah Graham would prefer less caricatured male parts, she finds Made In Dagenham: The Musical worthwhile and inspiring

Sarah Graham // 8 November 2014

Categories: Reviews, Theatre

Good news quick hit: equal pay

It’s gloom and doom everywhere you turn at the moment, so I was cheered to hear this piece of news from Birmingham, where 174 women who used to work for...

Laura // 29 November 2011

Categories: Blog

How could the government really support women?

The government’s rather feeble memo listing potential ways to win more female votes was leaked yesterday. Suggestions include banning all advertising aimed at children, front-loading child benefit so more is...

Laura // 14 September 2011

Categories: Blog

Equal pay and the fight for equality in the workplace

Why don't more women pursue their legal right to equal pay? Michelle Gordon explains

Michelle Gordon // 9 March 2011

Categories: Work and Play

New feature: Equal pay and the fight for equality in the workplace

Why don’t more women pursue their legal right to equal pay? Michelle Gordon explains The Equal Pay Act came into force in this country in 1975. This followed years of...

Jess McCabe //

Categories: Blog

Tess Daly: TV is sexist, but I’m not a feminist

As you may know, I’m a big Strictly Come Dancing fan, but this interview with co-host Tess Daly made me want to kick in my TV screen and never watch...

Carrie Dunn // 28 September 2010

Categories: Blog

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