Women and Equalities

– in the House of Commons on 22nd July 2020.

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The Minister for Women and Equalities was asked—

  • Covid-19: BAME Communities (9 speeches)

    What steps her Department has taken to help tackle the disproportionate effect of the covid-19 outbreak on black, Asian and minority ethnic communities.

  • Transgender People: Discrimination (6 speeches)

    What steps the Government are taking to tackle discrimination against transgender people.

  • Hate Crimes: South and East Asian Communities (4 speeches)

    What steps the Government are taking to tackle the level of reported hate crime against south and east Asian communities during the covid-19 pandemic.

  • Covid-19: Women Born in the 1950s (4 speeches)

    What assessment the Government have made of the effect of the covid-19 outbreak on the financial circumstances of women born in the 1950s.

  • Covid-19: Protection of Young Workers (6 speeches)

    What steps the Government are taking to help ensure that young workers are protected during the covid-19 outbreak.

  • Domestic Abuse (2 speeches)

    The Domestic Abuse Bill still does not include critical measures to protect migrant women and girls, which is a necessity for compliance with the Istanbul convention. How do the Government intend...

  • Socio-economic Inequality: Equality Hub (7 speeches)

    What plans she has for the Equality Hub to tackle geographical and socio-economic inequality.

  • Racial Injustices: Race Disparity Unit (4 speeches)

    What discussions she has had with Cabinet colleagues on steps that the Race Disparity Unit is taking to help tackle racial injustices in society.

  • Low-income Families: Equity of Opportunity (4 speeches)

    What steps the Government are taking to help ensure equity of opportunity for people from low-income families.

  • Topical Questions (18 speeches)

    If she will make a statement on her departmental responsibilities.