Women, Work and the Recession in Wales

February 1st 2013

Women’s employment has been badly affected by the economic downturn with unemployment at an unprecedented high.  How has women’s employment changed in the last 5 years? What are the prospects for the future? And what should policy makers be doing to address the issues?

Guest speaker Jane Hutt, Minister for Finance and Leader of the House, will introduce the launch of the Bevan Foundation’s ground-breaking analysis, with Victoria Winckler, Bevan Foundation Director, providing highlights. With time for networking and debate.

Date: 25th February 2013

Venue: Victor Salvi Room, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

Time: 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm

Please book online via http://womenwales.eventbrite.co.uk/   

It is vital that you type your name and email address correctly as these will be used for the delegate list and to confirm your booking.  

 

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