Whether it is keeping entertained, staying fit and healthy or being able to continue work if they are working, women of all ages across Britain are more pessimistic and worried than their male counterparts. It is clear that women are bearing the emotional as well as financial fallout from the pandemic.
This new webinar explores the balance of responsibility and mental load at work and at home for women compared to men, the additional stresses that the pandemic has put on women of all ages, and the specific damages it has made to women's work-life balances and future ability to progress in a career.
Ipsos has analysed data from more than 2,000 women of working age across Britain to examine what is happening, explore the causes and explain what can be done to better support those women being hit hardest by the pandemic.
- Jane Merrick, Policy Editor, the i newspaper
- Kully Kaur-Ballagan, Research Director, Public Affairs
- Jordana Moser, Business research specialist, Ipsos MORI
- Kelly Beaver, Managing Director, Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute (Chair)
Register your place now to hear from our exciting speakers and have the chance to ask them questions.
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Documentary | BLINDSIDED: How the world fell into a pandemic-shaped recession
BLINDSIDED is the product of a global, video-based research project that – through the eyes of families around the world – captures the critical moments over four months where the world found itself entangled in a pandemic and tumbling into recession. Join us for an exclusive streaming on 10 November.