Today is International Women’s Day. What originally started life in 1909 as a single protest organised by the Socialist Party of America in New York, is now a global event with the backing of the United Nations and some of the world’s largest corporations.
The theme of this year’s campaign is #BeBoldForChange. The UK Government’s own flagship equality measure, while a welcome step forward, is, it might be said, neither particularly bold, nor likely to inspire much change.
In just under a month, from 6 April, new regulations on the publication of gender pay gap information will come into force.