We meet every few weeks - our next meeting will be on:

Thursday August 24th 2017 - 6.00 to 7.00 p.m. - Baptist Church, Gorse Hill, Cricklade Rd SN2 1AA  Presentations
Tom presented at the Swindon Community Conference on Saturday January 21st and also in Weston on Thursday Jan 26th at the re-launch of their equality group.                                                                           On Thursday March 30th we had Stewart Lansley speaking in Swindon - please see details below:                                                               Stewart Lansley Presentation flyer green.pdf   

 http://www.swindonviewpoint.com/video/why-are-we-getting-much-more-unequal-stewart-lansley
                                                                                                                                                               SEG Member Survey         
We conducted a member survey during November 2016:                              Survey Responses - analysis.pdf

The European Referendum and Income Inequality - A discussion:Brexit discussion.pdf



*High Pay Centre

Please give us your own views. Here are the views from 'Global Justice Now'

http://www.globaljustice.org.uk/resources/eu-referendum-radical-case-remain-europe 

We had a speaker in March 2015 - Duncan Exley - from The Equality Trust. See a film of the event here:

http://www.swindonviewpoint.com/video/how-unequal-are-we 

International Women's Day March 7th 2015

SEG had a stand and Tom Wilkes gave a talk on Income Inequality

http://youtu.be/QaXe-dumoGk? list= PLWYRoJ640AKbRT9o5vZTC2c9uTfgM l9kW

Living Wage Surveys


We have published a survey produced by SEG working with Robert Buckland MP. The survey asked living wage related questions of businesses in Swindon.

Living Wage Survey final report.pdf

We also worked with Swindon Churches Together on a living wage survey. Read the report here:

Living Wage report.pdf


We produce occasional Newsletters:

Swindon Equality Group Newsletter 2016.pdf

Newsletter Autumn 2015.docx

SEG Newsletter Spring 2015.pdf





Because more equal societies work better for everyone

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