The new strategy – launched yesterday – describes how the Mayor of London and City Hall will work with social integration experts, London’s communities and civil society to help improve social integration. It launches new social integration initiatives, and outlines how powers and programmes across the Mayor’s remit including housing, planning, regeneration, policing and culture can support improvements in social integration.
For many of us who devote our lives working to promote gender equality, the 8 March has become a day to not only celebrate achievements and continue the struggles for women’s rights, but it is also the perfect time of the year to look back and reflect on everything we have done and learned so far.
Millennials, and those born since, are faced with challenge upon challenge upon challenge to fix things that were broken long before their time.
Every time I look at the news all I see is man-made destruction of our planet. I'm no eco warrior but it's pretty difficult to deny that we may have done some serious, and permanent damage, to our world. With pollution levels rising, changing weather, food shortages and more rubbish than can be contained, it's overwhelming. It's easy to think: what could I possibly do?
In the lead up to the International Women’s Day, as part of the Gender and Justice Empowerment Project, together with the Refugee Women’s Advisory Board, we are launching the #EndZeroRiskVictims Hashtag Campaign to demand that migrant and refugee women have full access to support, justice and protection. The digital campaign starts TODAY and goes until the International Women's Day.