Institute members are involved in a variety of other activities and events.
Insitute members based in the School of Social Sciences are studying gender relations and gender inequalities in employment and domestic life, with a particular interest in international comparisons. Further information about their work can be found on the Gender, Work and Care website.
Dr Sheena Johnson's research on the health and wellbeing of professional drivers has led to the development of the Age, Health and Professional Drivers' Network. Most recently the research team has produced a set of ten best practice guidelines.
In May Professor Tony Dundon presented seven recommendations calling on shares from automation to sustain better equalities for the Future of Work to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) committee and the House of Commons Select Committee. You can read the report or watch the meeting.
In April Professor Jill Rubery spoke at a panel discussion at the ILO on Closing the Gender Pay Gap.