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Women and Equalities Committee
Report published on 13 September 2016. Government response published on 29 November 2016.
Evidence given by Karen Bradley MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Home Office , Caroline Dinenage MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Women and Equalities and Family Justice, and Edward Timpson MP, Minister of State for Children and Families, Department for Education.
Evidence given by Rebecca Asher, author, David Brockway, Project Manager, Great Men, and Professor Nicky Stanley, Professor of Social Work, University of Central Lancashire.
Evidence given by Gareth Edwards, Policy and Performance Officer, National Police Chiefs' Council Children and Young Person Business Area, Rosamund McNeil, Head of Education and Equality, National Union of Teachers, Jane Millward, Senior HMI, Ofsted, and Gwendolyn Sterk, Services Development Officer, Welsh Women's Aid.
Evidence given by Sophie Bennett, Co-Director, UK Feminista, Marai Larasi MBE, Executive Director, Imkaan, Susie McDonald, Chief Executive Officer, Tender, Jo Sharpen, Policy Manager, Against Violence and Abuse (AVA), Lynnette Smith, Managing Director and Founder, Big Talk Education, and Dr Fiona Vera-Gray, Research Fellow, Department of Law, Durham University.
Evidence given by Student A, Student B, Student C, Student D, Student E and Student F; Student G, Student H, Student K and Student J (at 11.00 am)