Handing more public services such as schools and welfare to religious groups harms women’s equality.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(08 Sep 2011)
The government’s push to open up the running of public services to a wider range of providers has a number of far reaching implications. One of these is examined by Sheila Jeffreys, where she discusses the implications of the greater involvement of religious groups leading to rolling back of progress on equal rights for women and girls.
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