Maternity leave discrimination: is fair treatment for UK mothers finally on the horizon?

Maternity Leave

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (ECHR) has conducted a survey showing that 1 in 9 women have been discriminated against because they have either taken maternity leave or plan to do so. According to the survey, discrimination against women has increased in the last 10 years, which is contrary to the government’s expressed intention […]

University segregation guidance – manifesting, not imposing, beliefs

university segregation guidance

By Declan O’Dempsey  Controversy has been sparked by the guidance issued by Universities UK entitled External speakers in higher education institutions on the question of gender segregation in university talks. The guidance was issued following a series of Islamic events at university campuses at which male and female students had been segregated. The intention of […]