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28 September 2017 17:00 ~ Chile: promoting the Women, Peace and Security agenda in Latin America and the Caribbean – Centre for Women, Peace and Security – London

Until 6:00pm @ TW2 9.04, Tower 2, Clement’s Inn, LSE Speaker Marcela Vergara Chair Dr Marsha Henry In partnership with the Embassy of Chile in the UK. Chile was the first Latin American country to have a National Action Plan for the delivery of its commitments under the UN Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda. […]

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The Government must throw out guidelines arguing children can consent to sex with adults says Labour MP

There was an outcry when it emerged recently that hundreds of child abuse victims have been refused compensation by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. The scheme is supposed to compensate blameless victims of violent crimes, but charities found that more than 700 children had been refused compensation by the government agency, with many told they […]

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Outdated stereotyping is still damaging girls’ and women’s confidence – Women and Equalities Committee

Women and Equalities Committee Chair Maria Miller responds to Girls’ Attitudes Survey 2017. Inquiry: Sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools Women and Equalities Committee Sexual harassment occurs when sexist stereotypes flourish Commenting on Girlguiding’s Girls’ Attitudes Survey, Chair of the Women and Equalities Committee, Maria Miller MP, said: “Outdated stereotyping is still damaging girls’ […]

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Ofsted report: Joint inspections of the response to children living with domestic abuse

A major new report has been published by Ofsted and three other agencies (the Care Quality Commission, HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services, and HM Inspectorate of Probation) into how agencies are working together to help and protect children who have witnessed domestic abuse at home. The report found that social workers, the […]

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Jobs: Durham University

Durham University is looking for a Case Management and Training Officer. Full Time, fixed term for 2 years (£32,548 to £38,832). It is important that accurate information and advice, guidance and training are provided to staff and students in order to progress student cases in a clear, fair and transparent manner.

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