1) Women and the New Deal (2) Has New Labours child poverty strategy been a success

When a society suffers from crisis, all the hell does not only loose break on men, but also on women. Initially this concept was quite common that men are the only earners of a family, but after the Second World War this idea is really changed. Humanitarian has tried hard to get full rights for women.
The Equal Opportunities Commission once said “if we get it right for women, well get it right for everyone" (Houston, 2006). Since 1997, efforts have made important progress in undertaking poverty and unfairness and in breaking down the barriers that put off people from fulfilling their potential. Efforts have been made to tackle prejudice and exclusion in every segment of our society
This issue of even-handedness to women on which the Fabians Society, the Parliamentary Labour Party, and so many of the people in this room have battled so effectively for years, new deal is the part of their efforts (Houston, 2006). New deal was introduced in Great Britain in 1998. The aim of the program is welfare of society. All of the policies mentioned are for welfare reform. Multiple programs have been introduced: new deal for young, 50+, unemployed musicians, 25+, lone parents and for disabled.
The approximate probability changes were slightly higher for women being unemployed&nbsp.ensuing in a joblessness reduction of around 10-11 thousand and six months after the pseudo New Deal entry date. Though, as for men this reduction fell with a longer follow up time, so that 12 months after the pseudo New Deal entry date, there were 8,000 fewer unwaged young women than if there had been no NDYP. At 18 months from the New Deal entry date there were 5,000 fewer unwaged young women than if NDYP had not been introduced (Wilkinson, 2003).
It is much harder to measure succeeding redundancy for unemployment spells that occur normally at the end of the proceedings period. The results show that for men, there is a 0.06 increase in the probability of exiting