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Welsh Assembly of Women Event – “Have changed working practices improved empowerment?”

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This is event is being organised as a parallel event to the UN Commission on the Status of Women 66 on 25 March from 2-3.30pm Welsh time.

Opening virtual doors: Have changed working practices improved empowerment

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Opening virtual doors: Have changed working practices improved women’s empowerment?

Zoom meeting Fri 25 March 2022 2-3.30pm GMT (London time)

Wales is a small nation within the UK with big ambitions to tackle gender inequality. The panel will present robust research that explores how remote attendance at virtual council meetings, enforced by the pandemic, has empowered women and increased their participation and representation in local government. It will reflect on how changed working practices could have a positive effect on reversing male bias in recruitment to small cities. Together with a woman local government deputy leader who has seen the impact of better digital accessibility, the panel will examine how women have been empowered in the changing world of work.

Speakers

  • Dr Jane Salisbury is an honorary fellow at Cardiff University’s School of Social Sciences
  • Leah Hibbs is a Lecturer in Social Sciences at Cardiff University.
  • Dr Jane Croad is an academic
  • Lis Burnett , local Government Councillor

Further details on the Eventbrite page.

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