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The LSE Gender Institute is pleased to announce the publication of the Gender, Inequality and Power Commission’s final report: ‘Confronting Gender Inequality’.
The Commission was designed to draw on LSE research and external experts to provide theoretical and empirical knowledge to inform public and policy debates in the UK concerned with understanding and addressing the complex and multidimensional character of inequality and power imbalances between women and men.
Work focused on the four main areas of Economy, Law, Politics, and Media/Culture. In addition to these broad areas, four cross cutting themes of violence, work/life balance, rights, and power were explored.
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