Our shared aim must be to place the stigma attached to sexual violence where it rightfully belongs – on the perpetrators, writes Lord Ahmad
If we are serious about ending sexual and gender-based violence we must empower women and girls politically and economically, writes Preet Gill
We must ensure religion can never be used as an excuse for murderous violence ever again, writes Baroness Nicholson
We know the work that needs to be done, and we have the means necessary, to end sexual violence in conflict. What we need now is the political and social will, writes Angelina Jolie
Sexual violence as a tactic in conflict is on the increase – but the scale of these atrocities has not daunted the UN’s Pramila Patten in her fight to secure justice for the survivors. She talks to Sebastian Whale about gender inequalities and prevention – and why the UK government should allocate a specific portion of its aid budget to help combat this most calculated of crimes
With the strides we have made and are continuing to make in so many areas in society, the future will be one of far greater equality and fairness for women in law and everywhere, says Justice Minister, Lucy Frazer QC MP.
In their first blog as new leaders of the Bar, Chair of the Bar Richard Atkins QC and Vice Chair Amanda Pinto QC jointly launch this edition and explain why the centenary – and gender equality – matters to the whole Bar.
CMI survey reveals nearly two thirds of managers have received no training on managing diversity and inclusion in last 12 months
Sam Mercer, the Bar Council's Head of Equality & Diversity and CSR, sets out three initiatives the Bar Council will be focusing on in 2019 to support the profession in becoming a more diverse Bar in the future.
The First 100 Years is a ground-breaking history project, supported by the Law Society, Bar Council and CILEx, charting the journey of women in law since 1919.
Transgender people are not getting access to basic healthcare services, according to a senior Conservative MP.
The Commons was today plunged into chaos as MPs rounded on the Speaker after Jeremy Corbyn was accused of calling Theresa May a “stupid woman”.
Please see below for a comment from EHRC about the Government's response to the Women and Equalities Commitee's inquiry on sexual harassment in the workplace.
Plans to draw up guidelines for employers on how they should clamp down on sexual harassment in the workplace have been criticised by a top MP.
Equality body calls for employers to play their part in tackling the gender pay gap by publishing their action plans.
Alstom, as part of European Disability Employment Week, has launched a worldwide internal campaign highlighting the importance of diversity and inclusion. WADA, or “We Are Differently Abled” week, aims to share and propagate best practices and consists in local events at several of its sites around the world.
When we fail to publicly recognise the achievements of women, we deny their rightful place in history. Raising a statue of Nancy Astor would be an important milestone in commemorating the role of women in politics, write Luke Pollard and Linda Gilroy
London’s finest current and future leaders from the country’s largest companies such as BBC, PWC and HSBC, attended a dynamic and lively session of the first ‘Sponsoring Women’s Success’ networking event co-hosted by CMI and WeAreTheCity.
The government’s Violence against Women and Girls strategy recognises the scale of the problem but is not backed with sufficient funding, writes Baroness Thornton
Labour bosses have come under fire after allowing a councillor accused of sharing anti-Semitic messages on social media to remain in the party, PoliticsHome can reveal.
There is a crisis in our world’s classrooms: more basic than the availability of teachers or books, with massive impact on children’s health, attendance and ability to learn, says Tim Wainwright, Chief Executive, WaterAid.
Commenting on the Government’s announcement that employers are taking more disabled people into the workforce, Rob Wall, head of policy at the Chartered Management Institute has released the following statement.
We know that employers and disabled people themselves know best what they need. That’s why we’re listening, and constantly improving our services, says Sarah Newton MP, Minister for Disabled People.
On Equal Pay Day exclusive CMI and XpertHR analysis has revealed that female managers across the UK are working for free for over 3 months a year.