What progress has Parliament made towards being gender-sensitive? MPs question authorities
10 September 2021
In the final evidence session as part of its inquiry into a Gender Sensitive Parliament (House of Commons), the Women and Equalities Committee will question the progress Parliament has made towards creating a gender sensitive institution, described as one where women and men have an equal right to participate without discrimination or recrimination, and explore the role of internal and external authorities.
- Parliament TV: Gender Sensitive Parliament
- Inquiry: Gender Sensitive Parliament
- Women and Equalities Committee
Topic areas are likely to include addressing Parliament's culture and behaviour, and how authorities' approach to a gender sensitive Parliament can be made more strategic.
Wednesday 15 September 2021
Panel one, 2.30pm:
- Ian Todd, Chief Executive, IPSA (Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority), and
- Amanda Colledge, Business Case Director, Parliamentary Works Sponsor.
Panel two, at approx 3.15pm:
- Dr John Benger, Clerk of the House of Commons,
- Sarah Davies, Assistant Clerk of the House of Commons,
- Marianne Cwynarski, Director General, House of Commons, and
- Sarah Petit, Cultural Transformation Director, House of Commons.