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Vanessa Olorenshaw speaking on MAHM Panel at Feminism in London October 2015

VANESSA OLORENSHAW POLITICS OF MOTHERING @VOLORENSHAW UNWAGED WORK PANEL AT FEMINISM IN LONDON CONFERENCE   INTRODUCTION Thank you Mel and MAHM for inviting me to speak on this panel, I am very grateful for the opportunity to use my voice today. For those of you who don’t know who I am, I am a mother, […]

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Tax credit cuts debate must place greater priority on family life and a good childhood

The House of Lords last night forced a review of tax credit cuts and the way it was planned they’d be implemented. Tax credit cuts planned by Govt would hit the lowest income families in poorly paid jobs the hardest, just when families need income support when bringing up children. Family budgets are already squeezed […]

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Dr Karem Roitman speaking for MAHM at Feminism in London conference Oct 2015

FEMINISM IN LONDON OCTOBER 2015 Dr Karem Roitman Good morning, my name is Karem and I am a lecturer and consultant on socio-economic development and gender. Today, as part of Mothers At Home Matter, I would like to bring an international perspective to this panel on unpaid labour. I am aware some have critiqued our […]

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MOTHERhood – A Powerful Experience

by Marie Peacock 21st October 2015   The dominant narrative in family policy at the moment is the need for more men to be involved in care and for women to focus far less on caregiving and more on paid work with fewer gaps in their CVs. Let’s be clear… both parents actively earning and […]

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Feminism in London with MAHM

by Mel Tibbs We’re very pleased to be hosting a panel event at the forthcoming Feminism in London conference  www.feminisminlondon.co.uk  on Sunday 25th October.  What is absolutely at the core of MAHM is the breadth of our membership and interests.  We all approach the importance of the maternal bond, family time and developmentally appropriate care for […]

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Women working together finding common ground at ‘Feminism in London’ conference

by Mel Tibbs It’s been a very busy few weeks for Mothers at Home Matter.  Our annual Open Meeting was quickly followed by theFeminism in London weekend.  The MAHM presence at the FiL conference ttook a three pronged approach. Firstly, we had our MAHM stall manned by a team of volunteers, as we have successfully done […]

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