Over the past two and a half years, we have researched and written about women’s sex-based rights and gender self-identification across different areas of public policy in the UK. We engage regularly with key decision makers and, within a short period of time, have established a strong record of impact based on careful research and analysis.
Month: June 2021
Letter to the Office for Statistics Regulation on criminal justice statistics: update (18 August 2020)
Many thanks for taking the time to speak to us last week, and updating us on the criminal justice statistics review. Thanks too for talking us through OSR’s proposed statement regarding the collection of data on sex and gender identity. We have had time to reflect on our discussion and write now with some further comments on both topics...
Letter to the Office for Statistics Regulation on criminal justice statistics (22 June 2020)
22 June 2020 DearWe would like to raise our formal concerns about the reliability of some of the statistics published in 'Criminal Proceedings in Scotland'.  This is a National Statistics for Scotland publication, which we understand means that it…
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MBM activity report: December 2020 to May 2021
Overview of our activity for the six month period from December 2020 to May 2021.