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FemTech – a journey for women’s healthcare

Solutions for both women’s healthcare and technology innovation have been charged with lacking in progress – menstrual health, breast screening, sexual health tests and contraceptive methods have largely remained stagnant in development and innovation in the healthcare spaces. Yet, over the last five years, investment in FemTech companies has skyrocketed, whilst smart FemTech solutions are beginning a fruitful journey of NHS employment. Is FemTech the new solution to change women’s...

Being a Woman in Public Affairs

Our director Rebecca shares her thoughts on her experiences as a woman in the public affairs industry: Harriet Harman MP said that: “The strength of the collective is key; one woman can never make a change on her own. Women have to be the engine for their own liberation”. This is particularly valid at a time when politics and society are facing significant challenges. This presents an opportunity for women to come together to push for more rights, better representation, and...

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GK Strategy 8th Mar, 2019 Strategy
women , Equality , Public Relations
3 min read

Women in Parliament : Fifteen Firsts

2018 marks the centenary of the passing of the Parliament (Qualification of Women) Act 1918, which enshrined in law the right of women to sit in the House of Commons. In November, we celebrated 100 years since the law was passed, and over 300 women visited Westminster for an event encouraging more women to stand for election, organised by campaign group

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GK Strategy 11th Dec, 2018 Insight
women , parliament
2 min read