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Women’s Equality Now: Poverty & Economic Violence

May 7th 2015

Econ Violence

Women’s poverty is hidden in the official statistics, which look only at household incomes – ignoring unequal access to resources withing households, the reliance of women on their partners’ income to avoid poverty, and the risks of financial abuse – or economic violence – that this brings.

This unique briefing looks at women’s incomes, the risks of poverty and the experience of financial abuse in Wales.

Researched and written by the Bevan Foundation for the Wales Women’s Equality Network.

Language: English

Format: PDF

Pages: 8

Price: Free

 

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