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Women and Equalities Committee
Report published 23 October 2018, awaiting Government response.
Evidence given by Victoria Atkins MP, Minister for Women
Evidence given by Dr Geetanjali Gangoli, Senior Lecturer, University of Bristol, Hareem Ghani, Women's Officer, National Union of Students, Yvonne Hawkins, Director of teaching excellence and student experience, Office for Students; DI Ash Cooper, British Transport Police, Dr Jackie Gray, Associate Professor in Forensic Psychology, Middlesex University, Elaine Hindal, Chief Executive, Drinkaware, Anton Walden, Licensing Officer, Canterbury City Council
Evidence given by Karon Monaghan QC, Matrix Chambers, and Dr Purna Sen, Director of Policy, UN Women.
Evidence given by David Austin, CEO, British Board of Flim Classification, Professor Clare McGlynn, University of Durham, Melanie Phillips, commentator, The Times, and Dr Maddy Coy, University of Florida.
Evidence given by Dr Fiona Vera-Gray, Durham University, Marai Larasi MBE, Director, Imkaan, and David Alton, Hate Crime Manager, Nottinghamshire Police; Gary Barker, CEO, Promundo (via video link) (at 11.00am).