We're trailblazing into 2020 with brilliant news about our CEDAW campaign and also from the European Parliament.
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Delighted to advise that the #CEDAW Committee, Geneva has welcomed the breaking news that a UK #CEDAW Representative will be nominated and elected by 2022.
UK House of Lords 16/01/2020 Parliament TV
@UKHouseofLords responded to @LibDems @LorelyBurt 's Question, advising her & her colleague, Lady Gale @labourpress that a UK #CEDAW #Conservative Baroness Williams of Trafford, Minister for Equalities Representative will be in place by 2022
Listen to Parliament TV at time 11:32:53 Here
Discussed Civil Rights with @DrDavinaLloyd1
Out of which Rebecca is writing a Report and a book. Davina advised us that French territories eg St Maarten, Caribbean, had pension protests & tourism was disrupted as a direct result. #Macron #GiletJaunes
Davina's meeting with Rebecca will inform Rebecca's PhD on civil society mobilisation: the journal articles and book publication will come once the PhD is finished.
'Lady Hale criticised the fact ... all her fellow [Supreme Court] judges belonged to an all-male private member’s club and found it unacceptable for them to have a professional space to socialise and interact that excluded her and other women.'
Read Lady Hale's Story Here
Today is a huge day for women and the Equal Rights Amendment. Please watch and share this viral doc by the great @KenBurns
for some history on the ERA and why all eyes are on Virginia to be the last state needed to ratify the amendment.
Today, the House of Delegates WILL pass the Equal Rights Amendment. In this nation and this Commonwealth, women WILL have equal protection under the law. It has taken far too long, but finally women will be represented in the Constitution. History.
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