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Issues of prejudice still within communities

Growing up as a female British Indian in a predominantly Caucasian British community, personally was a challenge for me, but these challenges are defi...
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British Film Institute Launches £2.5 million Initiative for New Generation of Diverse Film Producers

Written By: Tambay A. Obenson  10/3/16 For our readers across the pond who are producers, or want to be producers…an opportunity you may want t...
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Ahead of International Women’s Day, how brands can play a positive role in the women’s empowerment conversation

Written By: Nishma Rob  3/3/16 The call for greater equality of opportunity for women in all areas of life, from the workplace to politics or the spo...
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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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More women executives mean more profits, according to study of 91 countries

Written By Sebastien Malo NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Companies with 30 percent female executives rake in as much as six percentage ...
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Best of British sport celebrates

F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton, world heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill and boxing legend Frank Bruno were amongst the big winners at the Lycam...
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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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Disabled LGBT people report horrific levels of bullying

Written By: Nick Duffy 2/2/16 People who are disabled and gay are likely to suffer from shocking levels of homophobic bullying. The Anti-Bullying Al...
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Lego unveils figure of boy in a wheelchair at toy fair after #ToysLikeMe campaign calls for more diversity

Written By: Jessica Haworth   28/1/16 So far the boy in the wheelchair has only been on display, but hopefully for Lego fans he’ll soon be stoc...
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Equality report warns some sections of society are being left behind

Scotland has become a fairer place to live in many respects but women, young people and the disabled risk being left behind, according to a report. Th...