Harriet Harman is a British politician and solicitor who has served as a Member of Parliament for Camberwell and Peckham. During her career, Harman has been an advocate for women’s rights and gender equality. She was the first ever Minister for Women in the UK government, a role she took on after Labour’s victory in the 1997 general election.
In this role, she established the Government Equalities Office, and introduced a range of measures aimed at tackling gender inequality, including introducing statutory maternity pay, and increasing the number of women on public boards. Harman also played a key role in the passing of the Equality Act 2010, which consolidated and extended anti-discrimination laws in the UK.
Harriet Harman Children: Meek The Three Kids of Harriet Harman
Harriet Harman and her husband Jack Dromey have three children: Harry born in February 1983, Joseph November 1984, and Amy January 1987. Amy has taken Harman’s surname. Their colleague in the Labour Party, Patricia Hewitt, is a godmother to one of their children.
Joe, their son, was a councillor in the London Borough of Lewisham for seven years, from 2014 to 2021.