Women 'forced out by overt sexism'
Architecture is institutionally sexist and regularly flouts equal opportunities legislation, a new study has found. Many practices make working life untenable for women, forcing them to leave the profession early in their careers, the survey for campaigning group Women in Architecture will officially reveal in May.
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