If any of you follow the Women’s Budget Group, you will have seen a huge growth in the amount of analysis that they are putting out. The general election and Brexit have been busy times with lots of new potential policies being proposed and therefore… Read More »Brilliant work from the Women’s Budget Group
In May, I was invited to work with Dr Alison Parken from Cardiff University as well as Welsh women’s rights organisation Chwarae Teg on a project aiming to change the way the Welsh Government makes policy. In 2019 the Welsh Government reviewed its equality strategies… Read More »Intersectional Policy Making with the Welsh Government
Delighted to be back working for Stir to Action as part of their New Economy Programme running a workshop on intersectional economics, this time in Oxford. The process of developing and running these workshops has been such a journey for me. As a life long… Read More »Intersectional economics @ Restore Oxford
I am delighted to be part of Stir to Action’s New Economy Programme. A year ago they asked me to deliver a workshop on intersectional economics but I didn’t really think about it until a few weeks before, but since then I have been on… Read More »Intersectional Economics – Workshop for Stir to Action
I always love being on the Weekly Economics Podcast by the New Economics Foundation. This time we were going back to school looking at how economics is taught and how this alienates the public. I was on the show with Maeve Cohen from Rethinking Economics… Read More »Economics needs a rethink!
I was so excited to be running a workshop at the Women’s Voice Women’s Votes Festival for women at the University of Suffolk. I didn’t know what to expect before I arrived, but WOW it was something else. Feminist conferences have a terrible and often… Read More »Why Economics is a Feminist Issue – Women’s Voices Women’s Votes
It was great to be back at the London School of Economics and Politics again running a day-long workshop for Masters students on Gender Budgeting for Change and Campaigning for Change. They are such a fantastic group of people to work with – challenging and… Read More »Gender Budgeting and Campaigning for Change at LSE
Here I am discussing the pay gap at the BBC with Richard Madeley on Talk Radio In January 2018. It was a great interview, Richard was really engaged in the subject as you will hear.
Back again on the Weekly Economics Podcast talking about the latest GDP figures and how they be different if we starting measuring unpaid work with the fabulous Kirsty Styles.
Here I am on Woman’s Hour talking about the impact of the Autumn Statement 2015 on women on behalf of the Women’s Budget Group. Have a listen here!