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Women in Racing Committee member speaks at the 2018 Asian Racing Conference

Women in Racing Committee member speaks at the 2018 Asian Racing Conference

Asian Racing Conference 2018

On Tuesday, Women in Racing committee member Susannah Gill, was a keynote speaker on day one of the 2018 Asian Racing Conference in Seoul.


17 May 2018/Author: Tallulah Lewis/Number of views (132)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 2.5
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Women in Racing – AGM Notice

Women in Racing – AGM Notice

Women in Racing will host its AGM on Thursday 7 June 2018 at Oaksey House, Lambourn

16 May 2018/Author: Tallulah Lewis/Number of views (15)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Women in Racing AGM with special guest speaker Kiko Matthews

Thursday 7th June at Oaksey House, Lambourn

Today Women in Racing (WiR) confirmed its seventh AGM will take place on Thursday 7th June at Oaksey House, Lambourn. WiR's fantastic speaker this year is Kiko Matthews, who, despite neurosurgery in 2017, recently set a new world record for the fastest solo female transatlantic row, and is only the 6th woman ever to complete this challenge.  

15 May 2018/Author: Tallulah Lewis/Number of views (15)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Women in Racing Annual General Meeting

Women in Racing Annual General Meeting

Thursday 7th June

Today Women in Racing (WiR) confirmed its seventh AGM will take place on Thursday 7th June at Oaksey House, Lambourn. WiR's fantastic speaker this year is Kiko Matthews, who, despite neurosurgery in 2017, recently set a new world record for the fastest solo female transatlantic row, and is only the 6th woman ever to complete this challenge.  

05 April 2018/Author: Tallulah Lewis/Number of views (207)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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THE GENDER PAY GAP IN BRITISH RACING

THE GENDER PAY GAP IN BRITISH RACING

• Women in Racing analysis of Gender Pay Gap data from ARC, BHA, Chester Race Company, Goodwood Racecourse and Jockey Club Racecourses

As of midnight, Government legislation now requires any company or organisation in the public or private sector which employs more than 250 people to report their Gender Pay Gaps.

05 April 2018/Author: Tallulah Lewis/Number of views (616)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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