Our critique of the House of Commons report on ‘Women in the Workplace’

Earlier today the government published the report of the House of Commons inquiry into ‘Women in the Workplace’, to which C4MB gave written and oral evidence. The chairman of the inquiry was Adrian Binley, a Labour MP. Not that his political convictions need necessarily matter – after all, the appalling House of Lords inquiry ‘Women on Boards’ last year was chaired by a Conservative peer, Baroness O’Cathain. Today’s report is here:

130620 House of Commons report, ‘Women in the Workplace’

It’s an interesting report, to say the least. Our critique is here:

130620 Critique of the House of Commons report, ‘Women in the Workplace’

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2 thoughts on “Our critique of the House of Commons report on ‘Women in the Workplace’

  1. Mike,

    I have just started reading your critique of the House of Common report “Women in the Workplace. ” You mention that Catherine Hakim’s evidence is tucked away and this because of a strong left wing bias now rampant in politics. I believe there is a Narrative that must be followed by both government AND most of the media. A good short (ten mins) film to watch on this subject is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQ-M3tGQ68c

    In case you have not seen it.

    Good luck

    George

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