Chichester MP, Gillian Keegan, launched a report: ‘How to Recruit Women for the 21st Century’ in her role as the Co-Chair for the All Party Parliamentary Group for Women and Work along with Jess Philips MP.
On Monday 28th January, Chichester MP, Gillian Keegan, hosted a performance of the opera, Push, in Westminster that was attended by leaders in the Jewish community along with members from both Houses of Parliament.
In today’s world the route to the workplace seems to have settled into a rather predictable format with a growing number young people finishing school, heading to university and then onto work – but is it worth it?
Gillian Keegan: Extreme weather events have cost the global economy more than half a trillion pounds over the past few years, and the scientific consensus is that, unless we halve our greenhouse gas emissions, such events will only become more frequent.
Children’s doctors say they are “witnessing a hugely welcome shift towards the prioritisation of child health” but warn child poverty, cuts to public health services and uncertainties about Brexit pose substantial threats to progress.
This week Gillian Keegan signed the Holocaust Educational Trust’s Book of Commitment, in doing so pledging her commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day and honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust survivors who work tirelessly to
Gillian Keegan: To mark Holocaust Memorial Day a Chichester choir will be coming to Parliament to perform “Push”, a moving opera about the life of Simon Gronowski, who was pushed off a train by his mother to spare him from certain death at Auschwitz.
Gillian Keegan: As the Minister might have seen, Oxford University recently suspended grants from telecoms firm Huawei due to security concerns. In the same week, Germany joined the growing number of our allies and intelligence partners by blocking the company from its 5G network.
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