Autumn/Winter Webinar Series: Inequalities and Covid-19 – Turning Back the Clock? Women’s (un)paid work in 2020
Event Date: Monday 14th December 2020
The UK Women’s Budget Group are hosting a series of lunchtime webinars exploring the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on different groups of women in the UK. The pandemic has exposed and exacerbated inequalities of gender, race and ethnicity, age, disability and income. These discussions bring together policy expertise and lived experience to ask what has been the impact and what policies do we need now to improve the lives of marginalised women?
Turning Back the Clock? Women’s (un)paid work in 2020
The UK Women’s Budget Group invite you to the next in our series of Autumn/Winter webinars addressing the most pressing issues facing women across the UK today.
‘Turning Back the Clock? Women’s (un)paid work in 2020’ will be hosted by the UK Women’s Budget Group, and will explore the impact Covid-19 has had on women’s paid and unpaid work.
We will hear from Professor Tracey Warren (Nottingham University Business School, University of Nottingham) and Professor Clare Lyonette (Warwick Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick) on the impact of Covid-19 on working-class women.
Anne McMunn and Baowen Xue (The ESRC International Centre for LifeCourse Studies in Society and Health, University College London) will present on the mental health impact on women of combining paid work and caring responsibilities during Covid-19.
Alison Andrew (Senior Research Economist, Institute for Fiscal Studies) will present on how mothers and fathers have been balancing work and family under lockdown.