Category Archives: Human Rights


The Impact of the Cuts on Black & Minority Ethnic Women in Coventry CEMAP in partnership with Foleshill Womens Training & Coventry Womens Voices are carrying out research into the impact of the cuts on Black & Minority Ethnic Women … Continue reading

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Legal Aid Update

The Legal Aid Bill has now gone through parliament and will shortly become law. This update on the changes to the Bill comes from the Justice for All campaign Changes to the Bill since Autumn 2010 After the Green Paper … Continue reading

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last chance to act to protect Legal Aid

Coventry Law Centre is asking for urgent action to before the Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill goes back to the Commons on 17 April. Legal Aid cuts will have a disproportionate impact on women, particularly the poorest … Continue reading

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Gendering Austerity – Friday 17 February 2-4.45 pm, University of Warwick

Ramphal Building (R. 3.41),  University of Warwick, number 51 on the campus map Click here for more information Are the government’s austerity measures having a disproportionate impact on women? How are they affecting gender equality? Is there any effective … Continue reading

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impact of spending cuts on older women in Coventry

Coventry Women’s Voices is keen to get in touch with anyone who can help with a new report on the impact of the spending cuts on older women in Coventry,. Last year Coventry Women’s Voices and the Centre for Human … Continue reading

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