Engender

Intersectionality

All of the issues that we raise and calls that we make in this roadmap are from an intersectional and inclusive perspective.

This means ensuring equal access to change for women from all backgrounds and for women who face multiple discrimination, including disabled women, women from black and ethnic minority (BME) communities, refugee and asylum seeking women, lesbian, bisexual and trans (LBT) women, older women and women from deprived and rural areas.

We are calling for diverse groups of women to be involved in designing and delivering the steps to progressive change that we set out, as one key route towards achieving these core aims or gender equality and empowerment for women.

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