Gender recognition

House of Commons and Parliamentary Digital Service publish 2018 gender pay gap data

The House of Commons and the Parliamentary Digital Service (PDS) have today published a full Gender Pay Gap report, revealing promising figures and its continuing plans to boost diversity.

Lords marks International Women's Day

Baroness Williams of Trafford. Image House of Lords 2019 / Photography by Roger Harris

Members debate UK's role in advancing gender equality

Lords examines Civil Partnerships, Marriages and Deaths (Registration etc) Bll

Image of Lords Chamber

Bill provides for civil partnerships for opposite-sex couples

Lords debates Islamophobia in the UK

Members consider impact of hate crimes against British Muslims

More gender recognition

Title Date
Women in Parliament: new report highlights progress and recommends new measures 20.12.2018
Guiding the House of Lords 30.10.2018
Closing the gender pay gap - businesses must drive change 02.08.2018
Lords examines Registration of Marriage Bill 18.07.2018
Employers questioned on sexual harassment in the workplace 23.05.2018
Eliminating Gender Pay Gap post-Brexit examined in Committee's report 22.05.2018