Open House: Where Next for Gender Equality in Parliament is the first ever audit of a decade’s worth of reports into gender equality in the UK Parliament.
It shows that 92 recommendations, spanning 36 different themes, have been made to 29 bodies since 2014, but only a handful have actually been adopted.
Of the 36 groups of recommendations made across 11 reports, just four have been fully addressed, researchers say. These include proxy voting for new parents, the setting up of the Independent Complaints and Grievance Scheme and the establishment of the Women and Equalities Select Committee.
Click here to read the full article published by Fawcett Society on 18 September 2023.