Today, Monday 18 May, marks the start of Mental Health Awareness week across the UK. It’s such a difficult time for a lot of people at the moment and can be a strain on our mental wellbeing. We’ve pulled together …
This New Year’s Eve opposite-sex couples across the country will be, for the first time, formalising their relationship with a Civil Partnership. After years of campaigning since the legislation of same-sex couples Civil Partnerships were passed in 2004, this right …
National Carers Week recognises the 6.5 million people in the UK who are caring for a family member or friend with a disability, mental or physical illness, or supporting those who require extra help as they grow older. Nearly half …
Today on International Day of Families we are sharing some advice on initiatives which can help you balance work and family life.
Did you know that the number of women in low skilled and low paid roles is a driver of the Gender Pay Gap? Last month we held a seminar with some of the industry's top academics to understand why.
We want to hear about the experiences of people who have been through efforts to change sexual orientation or gender identity.
Penny Mordaunt explains why legalising civil partnerships for all will ensure the law reflects Britain today.
We’re looking to carry out interviews with people with self-declared disabilities who are or were MPs or councillors, stood for election or selection, or considered standing but decided against doing so.
Today is International Women's Day. In this post, we explain some of the work we're doing to #PressforProgress.
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