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This document is a submission of written evidence to the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee inquiry on the Economics of Universal Credit.
We welcome this opportunity to submit our views to the House of Lords Select Committee’s inquiry into the economics of universal credit (UC). Our years of work in this area and our feminist analysis of UC and its impacts leads us to conclude that UC is failing women. It is ensuring, increasing and embedding women’s poverty and contributing to pervasive sexism whereby the state punishes women for decisions around their reproductive rights, motherhood and the labour market, and is further reducing equality between women and their partners.
Date of publication: March 2020Filename: Engender-submission-of-evidence-to-the-House-of-Lords-Economic-Affairs-Committee-inquiry-on-the-Economics-of-Universal-Credit.pdf | File size: 224KB | Tags: socialsecurity, austerity, poverty, scraptherapeclause, scrapthefamilycap
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