- Women in London - capitalwoman 2008 March 2008
There are over three million women in London – living, working, learning and
caring. Their huge diversity makes London a truly international city.
Women in London - capitalwoman 2008 PDF
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- 2008 Women in London's Economy report February 2008
This year's Women in London's Economy report
centres around the current state of the gender pay gap; the implementation
and effectiveness of pay audits; pregnancy discrimination; outcome
differences for women working in the public and private sector; and concludes
with policy and legislation recommendations to address these issues.
In addition to the full report, a summary document is also available
Women in London's Economy 2008 PDF
Women in London's Economy 2008 RTF
Women in London's Economy 2008 Summary PDF
Women in London's Economy 2008 Summary RTF
- Rape, the Media and the Criminal Justice System Conference February 2008
The purpose of the conference was to challenge public perception and to improve current performance on rape and sexual assault in London. It provided a platform to discuss why just one in twenty rapes reported in London end in a successful prosecution. The conference was delivered in partnership with the Lilith project.
Rape, the Media and the Criminal Justice System - Post conference report PDF
Rape, the Media and the Criminal Justice System - Post conference report RTF
- Closing the Gap January 2008
This best practice brochure is an invaluable resource for employers seeking
to address the many issues women face in the workplace. It features
twenty six case studies, providing examples of practical business-friendly
polices that are designed to alleviate the problems experienced by women
throughout their working life.
Closing the Gap PDF
Closing the Gap RTF
- capitalwoman London conference for women - Post conference report December 2007
This is a report of conference proceedings from the capitalwoman2007 conference on Saturday 3 March 2007 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre and Central Hall Westminster.
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- Women in London 2007 report March 2007
Published for the seventh capitalwoman conference on 3 March 2007, this report provides up to date factual information on the position of London's women.
Women in London 2007 report PDF
Women in London 2007 report RTF
- capitalwoman London conference for women - Post conference report October 2006
This is a report of conference proceedings from the capitalwoman2006 conference on Saturday 4 March 2006 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre and Central Hall Westminster.
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- Women in London 2006 report March 2006
Published for the sixth capitalwoman conference on 4 March 2006, this report provides up to date factual information on the position of London's women.
Women in London 2006 report PDF
Women in London 2006 report RTF
- The Second London Domestic Violence Strategy November 2005
This edition draws and builds on the work already developed since the
publication of the first London Domestic Violence Strategy, as well
as incorporating the many national, regional and local changes that
have occurred since 2001.
Second London Domestic Violence Strategy
Second London Domestic Violence
- The Childcare Trap, by Polly Toynbee November 2003
The journalist Polly Toynbee, who has a distinguished record in reporting
on poverty and social exclusion, was asked by the Mayor to research
these issues in relation to the cost of childcare. She sets out her
findings in The Childcare Trap.
The Childcare Trap PDF
The Childcare Trap RTF
- Second Annual Report of the London Domestic Violence Forum
A report on the work of the Forum from November 2002 to November 2003.
LDVF Annual Report 2003 PDF
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- The London Childcare Strategy: Towards
affordable good quality childcare for all November 2003
The London Childcare Strategy is designed to increase the availability
of quality childcare provision in London and to make it more affordable
by parents. It also seeks to promote family friendly employment practices
to enable parents to balance work and family life.
London Childcare Strategy PDF
London Childcare Strategy RTF
- capitalwoman 2003 Conference Report
A report of conference proceedings at the Mayor of Londons annual
conference for women in London marking International Womens Day,
8 March. The report highlights the key points made by speakers and recommendations
from women delegates. Key conference themes included safe transport
and safe streets, the London Plan, childcare, culture, tackling the
gender pay gap, equalities, educating for equality, health, environment,
the European Year of disabled people and the needs of disabled women,
challenging racism and women in public services and public life.
2003 conference report PDF
2003 conference report RTF
- Missed Opportunities: A skills audit of refugee
women in London from teaching, nursing and medical professions December
The skills of women arriving in the UK as refugees are not formally
recorded, yet many are qualified professionals. This report, produced
in association with the Refugee Women's Association, examines the skills
available among refugee women in London in the teaching and medical
professions. It records the levels of employment among the women in
their countries of origin and looks at the problems they have faced
in continuing their chosen professions in this country, despite the
demand for teachers, nurses and doctors.
- London Domestic Violence Forum Annual Report, November 2002
A report on the first year of the Forum.
Report 2002 PDF
Report 2002 RTF
- Health services for London's women, March 2002
This directory of voluntary and community sector health services for
women in London is based on an audit of voluntary sector services in
the capital specifically focussed on the health needs of women. The
Mayor of London commissioned the audit of health services for women
in 33 London boroughs in 2001 and the directory was launched at Capitalwoman
conference 2002, the second such annual London conference for women.
Health services for London's women
Health services for London's women
Update July 2002 PDF
Update July 2002 RTF
- 1 in 4 : the London Domestic Violence Strategy, November 2001
This strategy sets out a vision for effectively addressing the issue
of domestic violence and details the specific steps that will be taken
to achieve this. It is the first citywide response to the problem and
has been developed in partnership with the Association of London Government,
the Metropolitan Police Service and a wide range of other organisations
dealing with the issue.
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