Posts Tagged: gender

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New app will split your restaurant bill based on race and gender

A new app is bringing social consciousness to the dinner table in a big way. We all know the moment: the bill comes, and it’s time to figure out who...
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Women’s rights fight continues

Written By: Kellie O’Dowd    4/3/16 In 1916 a vibrant women’s movement was active in trades unions, social organisations and both the re...
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The trans conundrum – what is the real meaning of ‘gender’?

Blurring the line between the objective reality of biological sex and ‘gender identity’ acts to reinforce politically conservative ideas under the...
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Student march to highlight sexual violence and gender equality

University of Portsmouth students will lead a march through city streets next month protesting against sexual violence and calling for gender equality...
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Child gender identity referrals show huge rise in six years

Written By: Calum McKenzie  11/2/16 The number of children referred to the NHS with gender identity issues has increased significantly in recent year...
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Campaign for gender neutral toys wins scientific research award

Written By: Rachael Revesz  8/2/16 Pink kitties and unicorn ponies for boys, and rockets and blue dinosaurs for girls – scrapping gender stereopty...
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Gender diversity in the boardroom key for LGBT friendly firms

London, UK (February 4, 2016). Diversity in the boardroom is key to advancing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)- inclusive polices, finds ...
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Stonehenge burials show ‘surprising degree’ of gender equality

A new study of prehistoric bones discovered at Stonehenge has found around half belonged to women. In 2008 archaeologists first explored the site in W...
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More female directors required

Written By:  Sinead Moore  1/2/16 The UK’s largest companies are appointing more women as non-executive directors (NEDs) but failing to improve di...
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Gender stereotypes: How businesses can tackle them once and for all

Written By: Ann Pickering 28/1/16 For workplace diversity, 2015 was a landmark year, with Lord Davies’s much-publicised target of having 25 per cen...