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The Gender Matters Roadmap

In 2017 Engender launched the Gender Matters Roadmap, which sets out the steps needed to move closer to women's equality in Scotland by 2030.

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A Gender Summary of Party Manifestos in the UK General Election 2017

This document contains a summary of commitments made in party manifestos for the 2017 General Election that are relevant to Engender's work in advancing and enabling women's equality.

Date of publication: June 2017.

Filename: Engender-GE2017-Gender-Manifesto-Summary.pdf | File size: 1273KB | Tags: gendersummary ge2017
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UK General Election 2017: Priorities for Women’s Rights and Equality

This document details three key asks from Engender for the 2017 General Elections. We are asking all political parties and candidates in across the UK to include the commitments, which will protect and advance women’s equality and rights, in their manifestos.

Date of publication: April 2017.

Filename: Engender-Priorities-GE17.pdf | File size: 477KB | Tags: ge2017 equality womensrights
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