Women continue to face injustice, violence and disrespect, often rooted in one-sided notions of what is really important in life.
Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family
Maria Lyons reviews a book which explores the celebrates caregiving as an essential role for men and women.
What Austerity Means for Women
Brooke Bates explores the impact of austerity on women in the UK at the level of the individual and civil society.
A Troubling Truth
Dr Claudia Gillberg reflects on her own experience of living with the chronic illness, myalgic encephalomyelitis or ME, describing the multiple challenges she and others face.
Taking Forward Women Centred Solutions
This guide shows how gendered approaches can help unlock solutions to complex problems, delivering multiple benefits for women facing multiple disadvantage.
What's Wrong with Welfare Reform
A presentation given to bishops' spouses about Women Centred Solutions and what went wrong with welfare reform.
The Adelante Foundation in Honduras
David Towell reports on his visit to a Foundation in Honduras promoting the empowerment and employment of disadvantaged women and their families through microcredit.
Women Centred Solutions
Women Centred Working has been established to share information on women centred approaches for women with complex needs.
The Power of WomenCentre
WomenCentre is a pioneering social innovation based in Halifax. Local women have come together to support those of them who face the gravest difficulties.
Layers of Inequality
A Human Rights and Equality Impact Assessment of the Public Spending Cuts on Black Asian and Minority Ethnic Women in Coventry.
Complexity for Women & Families
Services for women and families are incredibly complex and grow in complexity the more people need something consistent and reliable.
120,000 Reasons to Listen to Women
Clare Hyde wonders whether the government's thinking about focusing on 'problem' families is informed by an understanding of the reality of domestic violence.
Developing Family Leadership
How you can really help families take the lead - without burdening them or blaming them - but by building new relationships built upon equality and mutual respect.