When we asked readers what new prime minister's advisor on women's issues are a priority, we were overwhelmed by the response. Here are some answersRead
Guardian roundtable here
The response was fantastic, which is a revised list of strengths. The complete blog can be found here.
Last week, The Guardian opened his round table next to the drives, creating a blog to do what you would if you had access and influence of Laura Trott, the new head of David Cameron in the policy. What government policies should be examined from a female point of view and areas of action should be modified to better respond to women's issues? (And that should be abandoned altogether?)
What are the policy areas should be discussed?
not act in isolation - that departments and sectors. For example, child poverty is too inextricably linked to women's poverty - so that the effects of cutting child benefit not only the children themselves, but women who care for them - which affects their jobs, child care, etc. adviser to review the legislation should take into account the implications of cross what is proposed.
What happened to the family-friendly working methods?
The lack of women at the highest level in the filters through private organizations and influence policy and general practices.
encourage private companies and employers to allow greater flexibility in work practice and practice and participation in work schedules.jesmith
The impact of British policy on women abroad, for example, the role of the EU (and UK) policy of biofuels on world prices increasing the Food and land grabbing.CoffeyB
ensure reliable operation of law on sex education and relationships of all children in the age of five.
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I want to see laws enacted that are photoshopping faces of women and organizations to "improve" illegal under the laws of misleading advertising.
Review policies affecting the financing of domestic violence and substance abuse.
plan to charge for use of CSA should be rejected because it plans to eliminate both the universal family allowance will make women and children more vulnerable to financial exploitation.
The Committee may consider the impact that changes in the provision of legal aid for women.