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Where‰۪s the Benefit? An Independent Inquiry into Women and Jobseeker‰۪s Allowance Booklet

Where's the Benefit? An Independent Inquiry into Women and Jobseekers Allowance

Fawcett Society

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Where's the Benefit? An Independent Inquiry into Women and Jobseekers Allowance

The job-seekers' benefit system is making some groups of vulnerable women even more likely to experience poverty, ill-health, exploitation and abuse, an independent inquiry has found.

Where's the Benefit? An Inquiry into Women and Jobseekers Allowance found that aspects of the Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) system is damaging hard-won gains for equality between women and men and putting some women and their families at risk. Lone parents, women who suffer violence at home and women who have difficulties with English are being particularly hard hit.

The Inquiry was chaired by Amanda Ariss, Chief Executive of the Equality and Diversity Forum, and co-ordinated by the Fawcett Society.

Amanda Ariss, Carlene Firmin MBE, Baroness Meacher, Sir Keir Starmer QC, Rosamund Urwin

 

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