Articles about 'pregnancy discrimination'

Time to cut the cord with the Stone Age?

Anne Charnock speculates about the future of reproduction and what scientific advances could mean for women’s rights

Anne Charnock // 3 August 2017

Categories: Body and Health, Features

Egg freezing isn’t a perk; it’s a choice

British companies could offer female employees the option to freeze their eggs in order to focus on their careers. This is anything but liberating, writes Laura Cooke

Laura Cooke // 18 May 2017

Categories: Blog

‘Health tourism’ or discrimination against pregnant migrants?

This is a guest post by Sarah Rose LaPham of Maternity Action and it looks at some of the potential impacts of the UK government's Immigration Bill on women's human rights to maternity care.

Guest Blogger // 7 April 2014

Categories: Blog

£1 million to investigate pregnancy discrimination: a welcome move for women’s rights, but urgent action needed

The charity Maternity Action outlines some of the challenges facing pregnant women and new mothers in the workplace, in light of the government's announcement that it will fund research into pregnancy discrimination

Guest Blogger // 8 November 2013

Categories: Blog

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