Social Infrastructure Filter by -- All Categories -- AnalysisBlogEventsNewsResources -- All Topics -- #GE2019WomenandGirlsAusterityBrexitBudgetCampaignCareChildcareCovid-19EducationElectionEqualityEquality Impact AssessmentFeminist EconomicsGender BudgetingGeneral Election 2019HealthHousingHuman RightsIndustrial StrategyIntersectionalityInvestmentLocal GovernmentPensionsPovertyPublic ServicesScotlandSelf EmploymentSocial CareSocial InfrastructureSocial SecuritySustainabilityTaxationTransportUniversal CreditUnpaid WorkViolence Against Women And Girls Sort by Most Recent Oldest First A-Z Z-A Past Events Events 09.07.2020 ‘Covid-19 – the impact on women in Coventry’ digital report launch Digital launch of the UK Women's Budget Group's latest report on the gendered impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on women in Coventry. Events 20.05.2020 What would a Feminist Green New Deal look like? Blog For women especially ‘levelling up’ means investment in people, not just roads and rail Consultation Responses Submission to HM Treasury Budget Representation 2020 Blog Roads and rails are welcome, but a healthy economy needs care Consultation Responses Submission to the Labour party’s National Policy Forum 2019 consultation August 2019 Reports Making devolution work for women: Sheffield City Region data report Press Releases Office for National Statistics data reveals: Life expectancy for women has fallen Blog Reshaping the economy to work for all: New Commission on a Gender- Equal Economy Blog Going, going, gone: The unrelenting destruction of our social infrastructure A guest blog by Hilary Land, Emeritus Professor at the University of Bristol Blog Why older women’s economic empowerment matters for international development A guest blog by Kate Horstead, Policy Advisor at Age International News Media round-up: May 2018 Who's been talking about our work this month? Press Releases Autumn Budget 2017 ‘tinkering at the margins’ says Women’s Budget Group 22nd November 2017 Blog Gender Budgeting in Scotland: A Work in Progress New special issue includes article on Gender Budgeting in Scotland Events 03.07.2017 Women and the Housing Crisis Workshop Committee Room 3, Lower Ground Floor, City Hall, London, SE1 2AA Blog Plan F: Our General Election Manifesto Response Blog General Election 2017 blog: What about social care? UK Policy Briefings Costing and funding free universal childcare of high quality A 2017 updated briefing from the Women's Budget Group Events 08.03.2017 IWD Event: Gender Equality for a Sustainable Economy Wednesday 8th March, 5-7PM Reports Investing in the Care Economy A 2017 report by WBG for the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) and UN Women. Reports Investing in the Care Economy: Investing 2% of GDP in care industries could create 1.5 million jobs 2016, A report for the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) Events 18.11.2016 Report Launch: Towards a New Deal for Care and Carers Launching ‘Towards a New Deal for Care and Carers’ at the House of Lords Blog Corbyn vs. Smith How the Labour leadership candidates responded to 5 questions on gender equality Press Releases Rethinking austerity is overdue: it has hit women and ethnic minorities hardest 14th June 2016 UK Policy Briefings A cumulative gender impact assessment of ten years of austerity policies A March 2016 briefing from the UK Women’s Budget Group. UK Policy Briefings Investing in the Care economy to boost employment and gender equality 2016 briefing on a gender analysis of employment stimulus in seven OECD countries Blog Investing 2% of GDP in care industries could create 1.5 million jobs A new report launched today shows that investing public funds in childcare and elder care services is a worthwhile investment UK Policy Briefings To ensure economic recovery for women, we need Plan F Pre-Budget Briefing, September 2013 UK Policy Briefings Plan F: A feminist economic strategy for a caring and sustainable economy Pre-Budget Briefing, 2015 UK Policy Briefings Plan A has failed. It is time for Plan F Pre-Budget Briefing, March 2012 Analysis Other Pensions WBG's analyses of the gender impact of the state and private pension systems. Consultation Responses Aspects of the Economics of an Ageing Population A March 2003 joint response from WBG & Fawcett Society to the House of Lords Select Committee on Economic Affairs Call for Evidence.