Brexit Resource Bank: Women

In June 2016, the British public voted to leave the European Union. And although we cannot envisage with absolute certainty what a post-Brexit Britain will look like, we can be sure that there will be a significant impact on women’s rights. This resource bank shares relevant information to encourage understanding and discussion of these issues.

Latest news and blogs on Brexit and gender

Equality and Human Rights Commission inquiry: Discrimination going unchallenged in legal aid system
‘Challenging complex issues such as discrimination should never be a David vs Goliath battle, and the system is failing if
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United Nations General Assembly report: Extreme poverty and human rights in the United Kingdom
‘The bottom line is that much of the glue that has held British society together since the Second World War
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Equality Trust and My Fair London event: Carbon inequality – 9 July 2019 (London)
Date: 9 July 2019Time: 6:30 pmLocation: Toynbee Hall, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6LSCost: Free My Fair London, in partnership
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Humanists UK event: Understanding Humanism teachers’ conference – 9 July 2019 (London)
Date: 9 July 2019Time: 9:30 amLocation: Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RLCost: Free Humanists UK are inviting
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European Network Against Racism analysis: Ethnic minorities in the new European Parliament 2019 2025
'People of colour amounted to only 4% (approximately 30) of the total elected MEPs - After Brexit reducing to 3%
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Child Poverty Action Group report: Universal Credit – what needs to change
‘We are very concerned about the growing evidence of structural design flaws which cause real hardship for many claimants, with
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European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights report: Fundamental Rights report 2019
‘The Agenda 2030 project will only succeed if we deliver the SDGs with human rights embedded within them.’ This is
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Action on Prejudice resource: Speak Up
YouthLink Scotland, as part of the Action on Prejudice programme, have produced a resource for young people on intervening in
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Stay Safe East vacancy: Policy Officer
Stay Safe East is recruiting a Policy Officer (pdf), 21 hours per week, to work on issues of domestic and
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Age UK vacancy: Campaigns manager
Age UK is recruiting a full-time campaigns manager, in London. The deadline for applications is 26 June 2019.
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