Read transcripts of debates in both Houses
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Learn about their experience, knowledge and interests
Celebrating people who have made Parliament a positive, inclusive working environment
Four staff networks for people to discuss and consider issues.
Contact your MP or a Member of the House of Lords about an issue that matters to you
Find and register for Parliament's free events and training sessions
Take a tour of Parliament and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea by the River Thames
See some of the sights you’ll encounter on a tour of Parliament
Book a school visit, classroom workshop or teacher-training session
Access videos, worksheets, lesson plans and games
Workplace Equality Networks have been established at Parliament and are open to all pass-holders in the Commons and Lords.
Recommendations on how the House of Commons can meet the globally-recognised “Gender Sensitive Parliaments” framework.
Read the report based on interviews with MPs during the 2010-15 Parliament, produced by the House of Commons Administration Committee.
In 2014, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Women in Parliament produced their report: Improving Parliament - creating a better and more representative House.
The Speaker's conference looked at the reasons why women, ethnic minorities and disabled people are all under-represented in the House of Commons.
The World Economic Forum has introduced a framework for measuring gender-based disparities in countries across the world and tracking their progress.
Read the Global Gender Gap Report 2016.
In June 2015, the European Institute for Gender Equality updated the European Union Gender Equality Index. The Index measures the gender gap in all member states of the EU.
Read the Inter-Parliamentary Union’s plan of action to encourage a partnership between men and women in politics and see their comparative data on Women in national Parliaments worldwide
Read the report of the Counting Women In coalition: Sex and Power 2015
The Parliament Project aims to inspire, empower and encourage women to run for political office in the UK