Women and Work APPG announces 2020 Theme: Women’s wellbeing in the workplace

Women and Work APPG announces 2020 Theme: Women’s wellbeing in the workplace

The Women and Work APPG is proud to announce that in 2020 our theme will be women’s wellbeing in the workplace. Traditionally, wellbeing in the workplace has been concerned with the physical and psychological health of employees.
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Florence Woodrow
Florence Woodrow
Women and Work APPG announces 2019 Theme: Inclusivity and Intersectionality

Women and Work APPG announces 2019 Theme: Inclusivity and Intersectionality

The Women and Work APPG is delighted to announce its 2019 theme Inclusivity and Intersectionality. Throughout our work over the past three years the we have sought to recognise and highlight the fact that women are not a homogenous group, and that a focus on gender alone can sometimes be misleading.
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Isabella Hunter-Fajardo
Isabella Hunter-Fajardo
MPs demand action on fair recruitment

MPs demand action on fair recruitment

A cross-party group of MPs and Peers is calling on businesses and employers to review their recruitment process and have suggested changes to make it fairer.
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Isabella Hunter-Fajardo
Isabella Hunter-Fajardo
Women and Work APPG announces 2018 theme – How to Recruit Women for the 21st Century

Women and Work APPG announces 2018 theme – How to Recruit Women for the 21st Century

The Women and Work APPG is delighted to announce its 2018 theme, How to Recruit Women for the 21st Century. Throughout our work in the past two years we have heard repeatedly from different sources about the ways in which employers struggle to attract and recruit women. Read more

Charlie Wells
Charlie Wells
Women and Work APPG launches 2017 annual report: Making the Industrial Strategy Work for Women

Women and Work APPG launches 2017 annual report: Making the Industrial Strategy Work for Women

The Women and Work APPG has launched its 2017 annual report, Making the Industrial Strategy Work for Women. Throughout 2017 the cross-party group of MPs and Peers conducted an inquiry looking at how the Government’s Industrial Strategy could help to deliver gender balance within the UK economy. Read more

Charlie Wells
Charlie Wells
Women and Work APPG launches its first annual report: Women Returners

Women and Work APPG launches its first annual report: Women Returners

A cross party group of MPs yesterday called on the Government and employers across the country to do more to help women enter and re-enter the workforce. Read more

Lora Shopova
Why Aren’t Women Working? Minister calls for increased flexible working

Why Aren’t Women Working? Minister calls for increased flexible working

At Conservative Party conference (3.10.16), Government Minister Dr Thérèse Coffey MP recognised that more women are working than ever before but said that more needs to be done to encourage flexible working. Read more

Charlie Wells
Charlie Wells
Why Aren’t Women Working? Labour Women and Equalities Spokesperson calls for hard targets to get women into work

Why Aren’t Women Working? Labour Women and Equalities Spokesperson calls for hard targets to get women into work

At Labour conference yesterday (26.9.16), the Shadow Minister for Women, Angela Rayner MP called on the Government to do more to get women into work. Read more

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“Equality and feminism matter to all of us”: two female MPs denounce the vilification of women in politics

“Equality and feminism matter to all of us”: two female MPs denounce the vilification of women in politics

It’s no secret that female politicians are scrutinised by the press and public in a way that male politicians rarely are. Read more

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