Sex Discrimination Law Review | Fawcett Society

In 2018, the centenary year of the first women’s suffrage legislation, much progress has been made towards gender equality but much remains to be done.

The gender pay gap remains stubborn, violence against women and girls is endemic, and access to justice is limited.

It is more than seven years since the landmark Equality Act 2010. Supported by the generosity of many private donations from members, supporters and organisations the Fawcett Society brought together a panel of legal and policy experts, following the Brexit referendum decision, to ask: is sex discrimination law in the UK fit for purpose?


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