Women's ideas in public affairs can go on to impact policy. Photo: Prospect composite
Two years on from #metoo, the question of what has actually changed is at the centre of conversations around women, harassment and the workplace.
Most recently, activists and staffers working in Westminster have made headlines for their attempts to combat gendered discrimination and violence across politics, including via an anonymous dedicated helpline.
At the BBC, claims of pay discrimination have coalesced into a long-running and multi-faceted campaign over women’s earnings, with the press this week widely…
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