WBG report ‘Intersecting Inequalities’ in the news

Nov 2, 2017 | News

Our recent report ‘Intersecting Inequalities’ has received widespread coverage.

We’ve had a lot of press coverage from our new report with Runnymede on the impact of austerity policies on Black and Minority Ethnic women in the UK. If you haven’t already, you can read and download the full report here.

We’ve had articles in The Independent, the Huffington PostBuzzfeed, the Guardian and more.

We’ve also had broadcast coverage: on ITV Good Morning Britain, BBC Breakfast, Sky News, BBC Asian Network, BBC Radio 4, and BBC 5Live.

Kalwinder Sandhu of Coventry Women’s Voices has published a blog on Politics.co.uk on our research, as has Runnymede’s Kimberly McIntosh in the Guardian.

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