Die erfahrene britische Rechtsanwältin Amanda Robinson ist auf Fragen des Sozial- und Arbeitsrechts im Vereinigten Königreich spezialisiert. Sie spricht anlässlich des Weltfrauentags über die Folgen des Brexits für Frauenrechte.
Much has been said about the wide-ranging consequences of the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union, in particular with regard to the economy and mobility. However, very little has been said about the social consequences of Brexit, particularly for women and their status in society and in the employment market.
This topic is being widely discussed at the present time in view of the Conservative government’s determination to push through as quickly as possible a law that will remove – ‘bonfire’ (shades of Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot?) – the legislation still in force from the period when Britain was a member of the EU, much of which refers to social issues.
On the occasion of International Women's Day (March 8th), the Anglo-German Society invite you to a talk by Ms Amanda Nanhoo-Robinson, an experienced British barrister, who will give an overview of the situation of women in Britain today and how this new law would affect their status in British society in the future. There will also be ample time for questions.