International Women's Day

5 March 2020

The lionesses: how female footballers are tackling equality with pride

When you cast your mind back to last summer, you may have hazy memories of enjoying an aperol spritz during the heat wave, listening to Lewis Capaldi on every radio station, or your attempts to desperately avoid buying plastic bottles and single use cups.

Emily Elliott

4 March 2020

Fathers can be flexible too! Equal sharing of family responsibilities

We all have family responsibilities, regardless of our gender.  Today’s parents typically want to be equally involved in family and parental responsibilities. 

Moira Campbell

2 March 2020

BAME heroines who exemplify #EachforEqual

While great leaps forward have been made and women-led movements have been gaining unprecedented attention and support (see the #metoo movement), minority ethnic women are often left behind as these struggles are compounded with the intersection of their race / ethnicity and gender.

Sameera Abdulrehman

12 March 2019

IWD: Ending bias in law firms would also boost productivity

Marcia Longdon, Partner in our Immigration department, writes for The Law Society Gazette for International Women's Day 2019.

Marcia Longdon

8 March 2019

IWD: Combatting violence against women and girls - are we there yet?

The Home Office has this week published an updated version of the Government’s Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG) strategy. The VAWG action plan was first introduced in 2016 and this week’s refresher outlines 54 key measures the Government plans to implement to support those women and girls affected by violence.

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