Media Round-Up: April 2022

Date Posted: Monday 6th June 2022

Our policy briefing on the gendered impact of the cost-of-living crisis, which reported that women act as “shock absorbers of poverty”, was picked up by a number of outlets including The Guardian: ‘Shock absorbers of poverty’: women’s lives cut short by their unequal position in society

The same finding was quoted by Open Democracy, which spoke to Dr Mary-Ann Stephenson on fuel poverty and the cost of living: On energy strategy, the government is leaving women in the cold

People Management also spoke to Dr Mary-Ann Stephenson, in their response to a recent YouGov poll: Women less likely to have successfully asked for a pay rise than men, poll finds

David Hencke’s blog Westminster Confidential included our research on the gender pension gap: Revealed: A new generation of women face pension inequality

Refinery29 picked up our research that there is currently nowhere in the country where it is affordable for a woman on her own to buy a home of her own: Is It Ever A Good Idea To Buy A House With Your Best Friend?

And, after so much interest in our research on childcare last month, The Guardian mentioned our work again: The Tories have decimated children’s futures. Now, they want more nursery cuts