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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...

Dr O’Hagan comments on Budget 2017 on BBC Scotland politics

Dr Angela O’Hagan, comments on the Budget 2017 on BBC Scotland Politics Watch here:    
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Emily Thomson to give evidence at Scottish Parliament

Emily Thomson, WiSE Research Centre, will give evidence today at the Scottish Parliament’s Economy Committee on how to close the gender pay gap  ...

2nd Ailsa McKay Annual Lecture – Registration Details

  You are invited to attend the 2nd Annual Ailsa McKay Memorial Lecture being held on Thursday 11 May at 5pm in the Deeprose...

Why national budgets need to take gender into account

Professor Diane Elson, WiSE Visiting Professor, comments in The Economist on why national budgets need to take gender into account http://www.economist.com/news/finance-and-economics/21717404-designing-fiscal-policies-support-gender-equality-good-growth-why    
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RESEARCH WORKSHOP – THURSDAY 2 MARCH 2017, GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNIVERSITY – “Scotland’s Brexit: Growth, Jobs and Inclusion”

Glasgow Caledonian University will host a Regional Studies Association workshop on “Scotland’s Brexit:  Growth, Jobs and Inclusion” on 2 March.  Organised by Dr Leaza...

Book Contribution by Dr Sarter

Dr. Katharina Sarter, WiSE Research, and Prof Dr Detlef Sack, Bielefeld University, have recently contributed a chapter on political reactions to juridicialisation through case...
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Dr Sarter contributes to new edited volume

Dr. Katharina Sarter, WiSE Research, has recently contributed a co-authored chapter on the strategic use of public procurement to an edited volume on sustainable...