Book Launch – Making Gender Equality Happen

You are warmly invited to the launch of WiSE Post-Doctoral Fellow, Dr Rosalind’s Cavaghan’s book “Making Gender Equality Happen – Knowledge, Change and Resistance...

Expert review group publish findings on Holyrood’s budget process

Dr Angela O’Hagan is one of a number of public finance experts calling for change to Holyrood’s budget process to take account of Scotland’s...
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Keeping up the pressure. Equality and Human Rights in Scotland post Brexit

Dr Angela O’Hagan, WiSE had contributed a chapter entitled “Keeping up the pressure.  Equality and Human Rights in Scotland post Brexit” in the forthcoming...
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Dr O’Hagan to Address Expert Roundtable in Brussels

On Friday 9 June, Dr Angela O’Hagan, SSMJ/WiSE Research Centre, will address an expert roundtable in Brussels on new developments in gender budgeting.  In...

Making Gender Equality Happen – new book published this month

WiSE Research Fellow, Rosalind Cavaghan’s debut book is out this month. ‘Making Gender Equality Happen’ looks at the implementation of Gender Mainstreaming, a policy...
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EU EFTA or Full English Brexit?

EU EFTA or Full English Brexit? WiSE team member Dr Rosalind Cavaghan, will be speaking on Thursday 11th of May in Edinburgh, as part...
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Gender, Carework and Equality in Canada: Show me the money!

Gender, Carework and Equality in Canada: Show me the money!  Professor Lorna Turnbull, WiSE Visiting Professor, will talk about Gender, Carework and Equality in...
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Imminent UK cuts to mothers’ tax credits are an assault on women’s human rights by Dr Angela O’Hagan

Read Dr O’Hagan’s piece in The Conversation on Imminent UK cuts to mothers’ tax credits are an assault on women’s human rights here:  http://theconversation.com/imminent-uk-cuts-to-mothers-tax-credits-are-an-assault-on-womens-human-rights-75014...
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WiSE Celebrates International Women’s Week

  Around International Women’s Week this year, the WiSE team have been even busier than usual. In the first two weeks of March, WiSE...
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WiSE Funded PhD Studentships available

Two Funded PhD Studentships within the WiSE Research Centre, commencing in October 2017, are currently available. The political economy of care Brexit and the...