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Emma Wools explains how the Women's Blueprint 'embraces equity' for women

Last Updated: 08/03/2023

Today is International Women’s Day! #IWD2023

Here’s our very own Emma Wools, Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales and Senior Responsible Officer for the Women’s Justice Blueprint in Wales, to explain just how the Women’s Justice Blueprint is 'embracing equity' for women:


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