Seema Malhotra MP

Labour and Cooperative Member of Parliament for Feltham and Heston

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Today, at the Market Research Society Launch of the Diversity and Inclusion Industry Report Seema Malhotra MP was a keynote speaker. Ms Malhotra MP said the report's evidence, which showed discrepancies based on sex and race, "is vital if we want a better society where we are all treated more fairly."

The research, conducted by Lightspeed, found that women account for 49% of management positions in the market research industry.

Seema Malhotra MP continued by saying that, “we each need to be leading edge in how we view gender and ethnic equality, but we also need that to have a broader political impact.”

Seema Malhotra MP, alongside Nicky Morgan MP, also had the privilege to present the The President's medal to Dr Fletcher Tembo. The award which is awarded annually to an organisation or individual that has made an extraordinary contribution to research, went to Making All Voices Account which is an NGO supported by both Dfid in the UK and USAid.

The organisation aims to support effective democratic governance in Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, the Philippines, South Africa and Tanzania amongst others. The award was made for its research, evidence and learning programme which is led by the Institute of Development Studies. In this program it is building a unique base of evidence on the technology that works for listening to the citizen voice and encouraging transparency and accountability.

Read the full report Diversity and Inclusion Industry Report: https://www.mrs.org.uk/article/item/3382

 

Seema Malhotra MP speaks at Inclusion Report launch

Today, at the Market Research Society Launch of the Diversity and Inclusion Industry Report Seema Malhotra MP was a keynote speaker. Ms Malhotra MP said the report's evidence, which showed discrepancies...

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On Tuesday, to celebrate Postal Workers Day, Seema Malhotra MP joined Gill Furniss MP, the Shadow Postal Affairs Minister, in thanking local posties for their hard work and dedication in collecting, sorting and delivering post during the busiest period of the year.

Seema said "Under the Tories, our Posties have faced worsening pay and conditions. Over the past four years the Post Office has been implementing a series of significant cost-cutting measures with closures, franchising, job losses and cuts to staff terms and conditions.

Meanwhile, there is an ongoing dispute going on between the Royal Mail and CWU Postal Workers who are fighting for better pay and conditions. Indeed, since privatization of the Royal Mail in 2013, 12,000 jobs have been lost, a fifth of its mail centres have closed and over 50 of its delivery offices have shut with more due to follow. Meanwhile, they have paid some £700 million in dividend to its private shareholders.

Labour will always back our posties. We will halt the managed decline overseen by the Tories and stop the cuts of our Post Offices in our towns and cities. We will also renationalise the Royal Mail, which was sold at below market price by the Tories in 2013, so that profits are put back into the business again to the benefit of workers and consumers, not private shareholders."

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Seema Malhotra MP Backing Postal Workers

  On Tuesday, to celebrate Postal Workers Day, Seema Malhotra MP joined Gill Furniss MP, the Shadow Postal Affairs Minister, in thanking local posties for their hard work and dedication...

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On Saturday, Seema Malhotra MP visited the Open Day at Hanworth Park House alongside other local people to see it for herself.  

Hanworth Park House is an historic site in the southern part of Feltham and Heston.  You can learn more about Hanworth Park House and the surrounding area here.  

Seema Malhotra MP at Hanworth Park House Open Day

  On Saturday, Seema Malhotra MP visited the Open Day at Hanworth Park House alongside other local people to see it for herself.  


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