Gender Institute and Department of Sociology discussion
Date: Wednesday 11 May 2011
Venue: Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
Speakers: Dr Claire Annesley, Beatrix Campbell, Professor Diane Elson, Professor Susan Himmelweit
Chair: Professor Judy Wajcman
This panel will consider how far women, especially low income women, are bearing an unfair share of the burden of the budget deficit reduction.
Claire Annesley is a lecturer in European politics at the University of Manchester.
Beatrix Campbell is a journalist, author, playwright and broadcaster.
Diane Elson is professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Essex.
Susan Himmelweit is professor of economics at the Open University.
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A podcast of this event is available to download from Budgeting for Gender Equality: is government economic policy fair to women?
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Please note that these slides are placed in the order they were presented.
A copy of Professor Diane Nelson's PowerPoint presentation is available to download. Download: Budgeting for Gender Equality: International Examples (pdf)
A copy of Professor Susan Himmelweit's PowerPoint presentation is available to download. Download: The Gender Impact of the UK government’s recent budgets and spending review (pdf)
A copy of Dr Claire Annesley's PowerPoint presentation is available to download. Download: Budgeting for Gender Equality: is government economic policy fair to women? (pdf)
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