* 2014 Autumn Financial Statement *
Women can see what the Chancellor didn’t say…
- There won’t be higher wages for carers – but if you employ one you’ll pay less tax
– There won’t be more houses – but if you can buy one you’ll pay a bit less tax
– Women’s jobs are no better paid or more secure – but men’s jobs and earnings haven’t improved either, so there’s more gender equality
Read the full WBG press release here…
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- identify policies that are supportive of gender equality and women’s rights
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- members include academics, trade unionists, and people who work for non-governmental organizations
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