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Could a female presenter join BBC's Question Time?

Maria Miller MP, the chair of the parliamentary women and equalities select committee, has called on the BBC to appoint a female host for Question Time. 158 more words

News

Period Blues: Set Backs?

IS THIS ABOUT EQUALITY AND A WOMAN’S RIGHT TO EQUAL PAY? IS IT ABOUT INTOLERANCE? IS IT ABOUT FEAR? IS IT ABOUT THE ENDLESS STRUGGLE TO BE SEEN AS EQUALS IN THE WORKPLACE? 361 more words

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D&I Friday Read No. 193

Women in STEM
Engineering has a retention problem: over 40% of women who had studied engineering either leave the field or never even work in their profession… 188 more words

June at the Women's Law Project

We took a short break from sending a monthly newsletter, but now we’re back. There’s a lot going on, and we want to make sure you have every opportunity to stay up to date on our work and what’s happening in women’s and worker’s rights in Pennsylvania. 1,084 more words

Reproductive Rights

Alyssa Milano Joins Fight for Equal Rights Amendment at Fearless Girl Statue in NYC

Actress and activist Alyssa Milano joined Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-Manhattan) and other women’s rights advocates to call on Congress to ratify the long-stalled Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), which would ensure greater constitutional protections for women. 821 more words

Congress

GDP and the Role of Women in the San Antonio Economy

My colleague, Belinda Román and I, have been working on a study of a more accurate measure of the role of women in the San Antonio economy. 153 more words

Economic Development

City of Philadelphia Still Fighting The Chamber of Commerce’s Effort to Block Equal Pay Law

Both the City of Philadelphia and the Chamber of Commerce are appealing a federal judge’s recent ruling on a prior-wage equal pay ordinance signed into law by Mayor Jim Kenney in January 2017. 662 more words

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