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2013
Commissioned by: Equality Commission for NI

Sets out the type, extent and delivery of childcare provision necessary to maximise the economic participation of women within Northern Ireland.

Author: McQuaid, Graham, Shapira
2011
Commissioned by: EYSA

Presents a roadmap for the development of early years, childcare and family support services for Northern Ireland. 

Author: EYSA
2015
Commissioned by: OFMDFM

Women's Resource & Development Agency, Children in Northern Ireland and Women's Information Northern Ireland joint response to OFMDFM's "Delivering Social Change Through Childcare" Strategy, November 2015

Author: WRDA, CiNI and WINI
2015
Commissioned by: OFMDFM

NIRWN's consultation response to OFMDFM's "Delivering Social Change Through Childcare" Strategy, November 2015

Author: NIRWN
2014
Commissioned by: Barnardos

Explores childcare demand among ethnic minority groups in Northern Ireland.

Author: M. A. Webb, D. Kernaghan and M. Caffrey
2014
Commissioned by: NI Executive

Sets out the framework, principles and a range of key first actions to help deliver the Executive’s vision for childcare. A more comprehensive childcare strategy is set to follow shortly.

Author: NI Executive
2014
Commissioned by: Women's Regional Consortium

Provides a critical examination of the Northern Ireland Executive's latest childcare policy document, Bright Start, from the perspective of women in disadvantaged and rural areas.

Author: Women's Regional Consortium
2010
Commissioned by: WCRP
Maps the community based childcare provision in women’s centres in Northern Ireland.
Author: WCRP
2010
Commissioned by: Employers for Childcare

Provides a comparative study of childcare policies.

Author: Employers for Childcare
2015
Commissioned by: NICVA

Estimates the economic ramifications of providing universal childcare in Northern Ireland using cost-benefit analysis.

Author: NICVA/PWC
2013
Commissioned by: Employers for Childcare

Reviews childcare costs in Northern Ireland

Author: R. Dennison
Various
Commissioned by: Employers for Childcare

Summarises on an annual basis the latest figures on the cost of childcare.

Author: Employers for Childcare
2013
Commissioned by: Citizens' Advice

Reviews the nature of government support for childcare costs within universal credit.

Author: Citizens’ Advice
2012
Commissioned by: DHSPSS

Puts forward new standards developed to provide assurance of a consistent level of quality in childminding and day care services, and also to ensure a consistent regional approach to registration and inspection.

Author: DHSPSS

2009
Commissioned by: European Commission

Reviews international research evidence on the relationship between gender and education.

Author: K. Lynch and M. Feeley
2009
Commissioned by: WCRP

Explores women's community education provision as a key component of Northern Ireland's active and vibrant community learning sector.

Author: WCRP
2014
Commissioned by: Women's Regional Consortium

Draws on research carried out during throughout the first half of 2014 to identify gaps and unmet needs in education and training affecting women in disadvantaged and rural areas.

Author: Women's Regional Consortium
2011
Commissioned by: WCRP

Provides an overview of how programmes for a ‘hard to reach’ target group can be delivered successfully in a women’s centre setting.

Author: WCRP, Angela Hegarty
2009
Commissioned by: TWN

Draws learning from a range of projects and initiatives in Northern Ireland and beyond in working towards de-segregating the workforce through facilitating the access of women to non-traditional occupations.

Author: Michael Potter
2007
Commissioned by: TWN

Outlines issues facing minority ethnic women wanting to secure employment, while making a number of recommendations.  Also compares and contrasts the experiences of the integration of minority ethnic women in business across the island of Ireland.

Author: Michael Potter
2015
Commissioned by: Equality Commission for NI

Explores key educational inequalities across the equality grounds in Northern Ireland.

Author: S. Burns, R. Leitch and J. Hughes
2006
Commissioned by: TWN

Investigates the barriers to participation faced by women from minority ethnic backgrounds in starting up and conducting businesses in Northern Ireland, encompassing issues for businesses in general, issues for women and issues for members of minority ethnic groups.

Author: Michael Potter
2015
Commissioned by: NISRA

Contains information on the economic status of women in Northern Ireland from the most recent quarterly labour force survey.

Author: NISRA
2011
Commissioned by: OFSTED

Evaluates the affect of careers education, careers guidance and other provision on the aspirations and choices of girls and young women.

Author: OFSTED
2014
Commissioned by: WRDA

Comprehensively evaluates the Live and Learn Project, which has run throughout the last five years and offers training, support and events for women through 14 women's centres based in local communities across Northern Ireland.

Author: Brigid Loughran

2016
Commissioned by: WRDA

A series of demands on gender equality issues, directed at local descision makers. 

Author: Women's Policy Group
2014
Commissioned by: Northern Ireland Assembly

Reviews the representation of women in positions of power in Northern Ireland and examines a selection of recent policy developments with regard to their impacts on women

Author: M. Potter
2013
Commissioned by: UN - CEDAW

Contains concluding observations on the seventh periodic report of the UK from the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women.

Author: UN - CEDAW
2007
Commissioned by: WRDA

Includes summaries of speeches, workshop discussions and policy recommendations given at a conference around the theme of bringing a gender awareness to the Shared Future agenda.  

Author: WRDA
2010
Commissioned by: Government Equalities Office

Explores the nature of the UK gender pay gap from 1995 to 2007 using data from the British Household Panel Survey.

Author: Government Equalities Office
2014
Commissioned by: NERI Research in Brief

Seeks to understand why Northern Ireland performs well on measures of the gender pay gap compared to the rest of the UK and examines what can be learnt from this.

Author: P. MacFlynn
2010
Commissioned by: European Commission

Looks at the extent to which EU Member Statesand EEA/EFTA countries have developed gender equality considerations in their policies designed for the active inclusion of vulnerable groups in society. The report provides concrete policy examples across the three pillars of the active inclusion strategy, these being adequate income support, inclusive labour markets and access to quality services.

Author: European Commission
2012
Commissioned by: NISRA/ DFPNI

Uses statistics to show the nature of participation of women in Northern Ireland in the labour market.

Author: NISRA/ DFPNI
2014
Commissioned by: Women's Regional Consortium

Summarises the current issues that matter most to local women based on views gathered at the launch of the Women's Regional Consortium in February 2014.

Author: Women's Regional Consortium
2013
Commissioned by: Equality Commission for NI

Proposes and details a conceptual framework to set out how equality responsive budgeting can be used within budgetary processes to further assist public authorities in promoting equality of opportunity and good relations.

Author: Sheila Quinn
2013
Commissioned by: NI Assembly

Summarises the background to women’s representation in politics, outlines the legislative frameworks relevant to women’s representation in the Northern Ireland Assembly and reviews some mechanisms for increasing female representation.

Author: Michael Potter
2013
Commissioned by: OFMDFM

Examines current progress towards action plan commitments at the mid-term point of the Gender Equality Strategy.

Author: OFMDFM
2010
Commissioned by: WCRP

Brings together qualitative research into women’s experience of violence in Northern Ireland.

Author: Anne McMurray Development Ltd/ WCRP
2009

Describes the role of women living in disadvantaged communities and details the barriers that make it difficult for women to fulfil their potential or participate fully in society.

Author: Helen McLaughlin
2006
Commissioned by: WSN

Comprises an audit of the work of WSN members in Europe.

Author: WOMEN'STEC/WSN
2004
Commissioned by: WSN, Women into Politics

Puts fowards the findings of a conference on global feminism.

Author: WSN & Women Into Politics
2016
Commissioned by: British Council

Reviews the condition of gender equality and empowerment of women/girls in the UK in respect of UN member state sustainable development goals.

Author: British Council

2014
Commissioned by: CARDI

Attempts to measure social exclusion among older people in the Republic of Ireland (ROI) and Northern Ireland (NI) and fill critical knowledge gaps.

Author: Kieran Walsh
2012
Commissioned by: NIHRC

Investigates the rights of older people in nursing homes in Northern Ireland.

Author: NIHRC
2015
Commissioned by: Commission for Victims and Survivors

Explores the trans-generational impact of the Troubles on mental health

Author: S. O’Neill et al.
2016
Commissioned by: Department of Health

outlines health inequalities in Northern Ireland between the most and least deprived areas

Author: C. Bell et al.
2015
Commissioned by: AMH/QUB

examines the effectiveness of current mental health provision in Northern Ireland

Author: G. Wilson et al.
2003
Commissioned by: Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health

explores how ethnonational conflict in the jurisdiction has adversely impact mental health and wellbeing

Author: C. C. Kelleher
2003
Commissioned by: Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health

seeks to measure the mental health impact of ethnonational conflict in the jurisdiction

Author: C. C. Kelleher, D. O’Reilly and M. Stevenson
2015
Commissioned by: University of Bristol

examines the mental health and suicide impact of global recession

Author: D. Gunnell et al.
2007
Commissioned by: DHSPSS

Assesses the evidence of the impact of the Northern Ireland conflict on mental health and well-being, with particular emphasis on suicide.

Author: M. Tomlinson
2015
Commissioned by: Commission for Victims and Survivors

Explores the trans-generational impact of the Troubles on mental health

Author: S. O’Neill et al
2014
Commissioned by: Liverpool Mental Health Consortium

assesses the impact of austerity on the mental wellbeing of women in Liverpool

Author: Liverpool Mental Health Consortium
2016
Commissioned by: Department of Health

outlines health inequalities in Northern Ireland between the most and least deprived areas

Author: C. Bell et al.
2012
Commissioned by: WRDA

Analyses the Breast and Cervical Screening Programme and Sexual Health for Parents programme delivered by WRDA.

Author: WRDA
2009
Commissioned by: WHO

Examines evidence for interventions to promote gender equality in prevention of violence against women.

Author: World Health Organisation
2017
Commissioned by: Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

presents survey findings on women’s experiences of antenatal and postnatal mental health care.

Author: K. Russell et al.
2014
Commissioned by: University of Ulster

Explores the relationship between gender equality, domestic violence and human rights in the Northern Ireland case.

Author: M. McWilliams and F. Ní Aoláin
2015
Commissioned by: Queen's University Belfast

Examines the relationship between substance misuse and suicide within the context of Northern Ireland.

Author: K. Galway
2016
Commissioned by: Institute of Public Health in Ireland

Examines the impact of loneliness on the well being of older people and potential policy and service interventions to address same.

Author: B. Harvey and C. Walsh

2007
Commissioned by: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Explores children’s experiences of poverty and educational disadvantage and their attitudes to education.

Author: D. Hirsch
2013
Commissioned by: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Provides an overview of devolved strategies to tackle child poverty in the UK; builds on earlier work by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation assessing the impact of devolution for low-income people and places; and, looks at what more can be done within existing powers to tackle child poverty.

Author: J. McCormick
2013
Commissioned by: DSD

Contains headline poverty figures drawn from the latest Households Below Average Income datasets for the period April 2011 up to the end of March 2012.

Author: DSD/ NISRA
2014
Commissioned by: University of Oxford, Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Identifies and analyses evidence on the links between gender and poverty and examines the impact of these links on policy approaches.

Author: F. Bennett and M. Daly
2012
Commissioned by: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Examines in detail what has happened in Northern Ireland since the recession in terms of poverty and social exclusion.

Author: T. MacInnes et al. (New Policy Institute)
2014
Commissioned by: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Examines the findings of a number of projects examining the associations between jobs, skills and poverty, with a view to identifying ‘sustainable solutions’ to in-work poverty and worklessness.

Author: K. Schmuecker
2015
Commissioned by: Social Policy and Society

presents findings on the impact of the United Kingdom recession on suicide rates

Author: A. Curl and A. Kearns
2013
Commissioned by: Institute for Fiscal Studies

Presents projections of relative and absolute income poverty among children and working-age adults in every year to 2016–17, and in 2020–21. The aim is to estimate the implications for household incomes – and hence, income poverty – of what is known about tax and benefit policy and current forecasts for the macroeconomy.

Author: J. Browne, A. Hood and R. Joyce
2014
Commissioned by: Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK

Analyses data on child poverty and social exclusion in the United Kingdom, presenting a child poverty measurement

Author: G. Main and J. Bradshaw
2013
Commissioned by: JRF

explores the relationship between housing and poverty in the United Kingdom

Author: R. Tunstall et al.
2013
Commissioned by: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Provides an overview of the research evidence on the relationship between poverty and ethnicity in Northern Ireland.

Author: A. Wallace, R. McAreavey and K. Atkin
2014
Commissioned by: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Provides the latest data on poverty in Northern Ireland, focusing on associations between poverty, work, disability and age.

Author: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

2012
Commissioned by: Niamh Louise Foundation

Examines issues of rural mental health, stigma and services in four council districts in Northern Ireland.

Author: J. Donaghy Consulting
Various
Commissioned by: DARD

Provides DARD statistics on a wide range of rural issues, including agriculture, food, animal health, fisheries and forestry in Northern Ireland.

Author: DARD
2012
Commissioned by: Northern Ireland Assembly

Aims to provide an overview of the main approaches being taken to alleviate rural poverty and increase rural development, as well as exploring whether these approaches have specifically targeted or benefitted rural women.

Author: Northern Ireland Assembly
2006
Commissioned by: WRDA

Snapshots the position of women in rural Northern Ireland on public bodies, voluntary agencies, political representation, etc, to illustrate the low levels of representation in decision making, in the context of the Review of Public Administration (RPA). 

Author: Marie Crawley
2005
Commissioned by: WEFT

Considers issues of gender mainstreaming and the use of focus groups and audits to illustrate understanding and demonstrate current levels of representation.  

Author: Marie Crawley & Louise O'Meara
2012
Commissioned by: DARDNI

Contains commitments on rural issues by all Departments and provides a framework for a more integrated approach by the Executive in seeking to address the challenges facing our rural communities.

Author: DARDNI
Commissioned by: Rural Community Network and the Rural Women's Sectoral Programme Consortium

Provides a picture of the current rural women's infrastructure, their representation in rural community activity and decision making; the level of rural community activity for rural women; and the level of community development skills within the women's sector. Recommendations are made for DARD, Rural Women's Groups Strategy Partnership and Rural Community Network. 

Author: Tony Macauley and Bernie Laverty
2012
Commissioned by: VOICES Participation for Social Justice with NIRWN

Looks at the barriers affecting women's access to public and statutory services in rural communities in Northern Ireland.

Author: Karen Henry
2014
Commissioned by: Northern Ireland Assembly

Explores the topical issues of rural isolation, poverty and rural community/farmer wellbeing.

Author: M. Allen
2014
Commissioned by: Rural Network NI

Seeks to highlight solutions for telecommunication services within rural areas.

Author: NIRDP ICT Working Group

2013
Commissioned by: WSN

Examines the specialist advice services available to women in the greater Belfast area.

Author: WSN
Commissioned by: WSN

Provides a comprehensive guide to the local public procurement and tendering landscape.

Author: WSN
Commissioned by: WSN

Offers a profile of advice and support service provision in women’s centres within greater Belfast.

Author: Edel Quinn/Women’s Advice Services Support Project
2014
Commissioned by: Women's Regional Consortium

Captures a snapshot of women's perceptions of the demand for and the actual/potential role of community-based women-only advice in the context of ongoing austerity and associated poverty.

Author: Women's Regional Consortium

2011
Commissioned by: FEANTSA

Examines the impact of austerity in the housing sector across EU member states.
 

Author: FEANTSA
2015
Commissioned by: NISRA

Outlines the Northern Ireland specific impacts of the summer budget 2015 for benefit claimants (including tax credit claimants).

Author: NISRA
2014
Commissioned by: Gingerbread

Summarises research on the impact of austerity on lone parents’ everyday lives.

Author: Rabindrakumar, S
2013
Commissioned by: NICVA

Outlines the anticipated impact of proposed welfare reforms on the Northern Ireland economy.

Author: Christina Beatty and Steve Fothergill
2013
Commissioned by: University of Ulster

Explores the impact of welfare reform on Northern Ireland, including on pre-existing poverty.

Author: G. Horgan
2012
Commissioned by: Fawcett Society

Examines a range of quantitative and qualitative data and analysis on the impact of UK austerity measures on women.

Author: Fawcett Society
2013
Commissioned by: Liverpool John Moores University

Considers the cumulative impact of spending cuts and other austerity initiatives on vulnerable groups of women in Liverpool.

Author: L. James, J. Patinotis
2014
Commissioned by: Oxfam

Examines how the poorest families in the United Kingdom have been affected by benefit cuts.

Author: H. Aldridge and T. McInnes
2012
Commissioned by: Institute for Fiscal Studies

Examines the projected cumulative impact of tax and benefit reforms on Northern Ireland households.

Author: J. Browne
2012
Commissioned by: Joseph Rowantree Foundation

Reviews ‘the impact of changes in the structure of employment and pay on income inequality and poverty’.

Author: M. Brewer et. al.
2011
Commissioned by: TUC

Explores the gender impact of cuts to jobs, services and welfare.

Author: TUC
2012
Commissioned by: Young Foundation

Considers the impact of austerity cuts on some of the most vulnerable in Camden.

Author: M. Aylott et. al.
2015
Commissioned by: Institute for Fiscal Studies

Examines the impact on household income distribution in the United Kingdom of recent tax, tax credit and benefit reform.

Author: W. Elming et al.
2011
Commissioned by: Northern Ireland Audit Office

Explores the nature of the uptake of benefits by pensioners in Northern Ireland.

Author: Northern Ireland Audit Office
2011
Commissioned by: Fawcett Society

An assessment of the cumulative impact on single mothers of 2010-15 tax and benefit reforms.

Author: Fawcett Society
2014
Commissioned by: Sheffield Hallam University
Assesses the effects on the private rented sector in Northern Ireland of recent austerity-driven government reform of housing benefit and local housing allowances.
Author: C. Beatty et al.
2013
Commissioned by: Research on Ageing and Social Policy

Explores the impact of austerity-driven cuts on different population cohorts.

Author: J. Ginn
2013
Commissioned by: Ipsos Mori

Explores the impact of austerity on the everyday lives of families in the United Kingdom.

Author: S. Hall and C. Perry
2013
Commissioned by: Joseph Rowantree Foundation

Explores how the social housing sector might ‘address poverty and help prevent tenants from moving into problematic debt and rent arrears’, in the context of welfare reform and wider austerity.

Author: G. Whitfield
2014
Commissioned by: Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK

Assesses the impact of austerity on low income households in the United Kingdom.

Author: S. Pemberton et al.
2011
Commissioned by: WRDA

Analyses the impact of the financial crisis on women, including lone parents, migrant women, young women and older women, with a particular focus given to pensions, welfare reform, debt and credit, housing, and energy debt. Includes a summary of policy recommendations for each government department.

Author: Bronagh Hinds
2014
Commissioned by: JRF

Explores the effects of cuts in welfare expenditure on social landlords and tenants.

Author: Power, A. et al.
2013
Commissioned by: Oxfam

Examines the impact of austerity on inequality across Europe.

Author: Oxfam
2015
Commissioned by: Engender et al.

Examines the cumulative impact of welfare changes on women in Scotland.

Author: Engender

2008
Commissioned by: TWN

Draws on the experiences and differences that women went through alongside their male counterparts during the conflict in Northern ireland and examines the needs of women today in our post-conflict society.

Author: Michael Potter
2006
Commissioned by: TWN

Assesses how far the promises of the Belfast Agreement have been achieved in providing the necessary resources to meet the needs of victims and places women within the context of the victims sector.

Author: Michael Potter
2005
Commissioned by: TWN

Investigates women's role in peacebuilding. Debates relating to innate passivity in women, socialisation processes, differential impact of conflict and coincidental factors are explored. Notions of civil society are also examined and how women are included (or not) in the theory.

Author: Michael Potter
2014
Commissioned by: CFNI, WRDA, NWCI

Looks at the key instruments, initiatives and activities related to UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security, with particular focus on Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Author: C. O'Rouke and K. McMinn
2005
Commissioned by: TWN

Explores and highlights the difficulty that the notion of ‘Forgiveness’ poses in attempting to accept and resolve issues about historical events, such as those that occured during the Northern Ireland conflict. The report itself has been a result of a close working partnership between TWN, The Institute of Governance (QUB), The Forgiveness Project and various community, victim and voluntary groups across the Northern Ireland. 

Author: Michael Potter
2014
Commissioned by: CFNI, WRDA, NWCI, Foundations for Peace

Offers local decision makers guidance on how best to incorporate the views of women into peacebuilding and the development of policy.

Author: Bronagh Hinds and Debbie Donelly
Commissioned by: WCRP, WRDA

Explores women’s accounts of their own experiences of the conflict in Northern Ireland.

Author: WRDA/ WCRP
2012
Commissioned by: William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law

Explores the participation of women in dealing with the past within post-conflict society, focussing on the Northern Ireland case.

Author: C. O'Rourke

2011
Commissioned by: Derry City Council

Aims to create comptetitive, connected, creative and caring L'Derry for everyone.

Author: Derry City Council
2000
Commissioned by: WSN

Identifies the social and economic development activities and good practice in the work of eight women’s centres.

Author: Ruth Tallon/ WSN
2015
Commissioned by: Equality Commission for Northern Ireland and the University of York

Reviews evidence and data on housing and communities’ inequalities for groups associated with each of the section 75 equality grounds of the Northern Ireland Act 1998.

Author: A. Wallace
2017
Commissioned by: WSN

Report on women's opinions about Brexit. The report also looks at the possible gendered impacts of Brexit.

 

Author: Caroline Walsh
2009
Commissioned by: WSN

Explores sustainability in community based women’s sector, presenting toolkit on same.

Author: WSN
2013
Commissioned by: Joseph Rowntree Foundation

Asks whether money is a cause of fundamental differences in children’s outcomes.

Author: K. Cooper and K. Stewart
2015
Commissioned by: University of Ulster

Explores policy approaches to framing the issue of ‘peace walls’ and issues around the Executive’s ambition to remove all such interface barriers by 2023.

Author: J. Byrne, C. Gormley-Heenan and D. Morrow
2017
Commissioned by: WSN

A summary of the larger report 'Brexit: Women's Perspectives'. This summary looks at the major concerns women have regarding Brexit and lays out the WRC's recommendations for mitigation.

Author: Caroline Walsh
2011
Commissioned by: WSN

Summarises findings of SROI pilot projects on programmes in Belfast women’s centres and WINI.

Author: WSN
2014
Commissioned by: JRF

Explores research evidence on a wide range of social issues related to poverty.

Author: JRF
2015
Commissioned by: NICCY et al.

Critically evaluates recent government delivery on children’s rights.

Author: NICCY et al.
2016
Commissioned by: WRDA

Three themes emerged as key factors to ensure engagement of women from disadvantaged and rural areas in the Community Planning process.

Author: Women's Sector Lobbyist
2007
Commissioned by: ECNI & Equality Authority

Outlines strategies for equality bodies to enable lesbian, gay and bisexual people to secure their rights under equality law.

Author: J. Walsh et al
2013
Commissioned by: IPP

Explores the role public policy ‘should play in supporting progress on a living wage’.

 

Author: Lawton, K. and M. Pennycook
2015
Commissioned by: DSD

WRDA's response to DSD consultation "Charities (Accounts & Reports) Regulations 2015", October 2015

Author: WRDA
2016
Commissioned by: Centre for Democracy and Peace Building

explores the relationship between Brexit and Northern Ireland

Author: D. Phinnemore and L. McGeown
2012
Commissioned by: WRDA

Offers a brief history of women’s contribution to Belfast, with individual biographies of notable women.

Author: Margaret Ward
2017
Commissioned by: HM Government

sets out the United Kingdom government’s position on Brexit and Northern Ireland and Ireland

Author: HM Government
2016
Commissioned by: National Institute of Economic and Social Research

explores the potential impact of Brexit on low-income households

Author: A. Armstrong et al
2016
Commissioned by: European Parliament

explores the potential implications of Brexit for Northern Ireland

Author: J. Tonge
2017
Commissioned by: European Institute for Gender Equality

measures progress in gender equality across the European Union

Author: European Institute for Gender Equality
2012
Commissioned by: WSN

Relays women’s experiences of community service placements in three women’s centres in Northern Ireland.

Author: WSN
2014
Commissioned by: NICVA

Sets out the findings of a 2013 NICVA member survey examinning issues affecting the sector including bureaucracy, charity registration and the introduction of automatic pension enrolment.

Author: NICVA
2016
Commissioned by: Centre for Democracy and Peace Building

explores the relationship between Brexit and Northern Ireland

Author: D. Phinnemore and L. McGeown
2011
Commissioned by: WSN

Presents the findings of a pilot Social Return on Investment (SROI) analysis of two programmes within two different organisations, Ardoyne Women’s Group and Women’s Information Northern Ireland (formerly Women’s Information Group).

Author: WSN
2015
Commissioned by: WRDA

A series of demands on gender equality issues, directed at local descision makers. Issues covered include childcare, education, equality law and violence against women.

Author: WRDA
2011
Commissioned by: WSN

Analyses the findings of a pilot Social Return on Investment (SROI) analysis of three programmes in three Belfast women’s centres.

Author: WSN
2016
Commissioned by: TUC

considers how Brexit might potentially threaten working women’s rights.

Author: TUC
2016
Commissioned by: House of Lords European Union Committee

critically examines the different ways in which Brexit may potentially impact the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland adversely, proposing corrective action to help address same.

Author: House of Lords European Union Committee
2011
Commissioned by: Derry City Council

Seeks to provide all stakeholders with the purpose, direction and vision to take the NW women’s sector forward in a meaningful and co-ordinated fashion.

Author: Derry City Council