I did a search for news on ‘Wales’ and it’s all sport on page 1.
Major decisions are being taken which are not reflective of Wales’ diversity, an Equality and Human Rights Commission report has said.
It looked at politics, local government and the private sector to assess whether those in charge were representative of all those who live in Wales.
It found just 6% of chief executives at Wales’ top 100 businesses were women.
Disabled people made up only 3.7% of the public appointments in 2015-16.
The report, coinciding with International Women’s Day, found 12% of chief and deputy chief constables in Welsh police forces were women, 14% of council chief executives and 26% of councillors.
It gets worse closer to my ancestral roots – Anglesey Council shamed on International Women’s Day as worst in Wales for slashing gender pay gap
Anglesey is the worst place in Wales for equal pay, new figures released today on International Women’s Day have revealed.
According to a Freedom of Information request 557 female public sector workers are still awaiting compensation for being underpaid over the years because of their gender.
My mother’s parents and most of her siblings came from Wales, but, while she wouldn’t have seen herself as a feminist (I didn’t) she bloody well did what she wanted and stuff any man who thought she shouldn’t because she was female.