A £2million government fund to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools sees national recognition for a five-year research project by a University of Greenwich academic.
Professor Elizabeth West is the Academic Lead for the landmark survey into the
Canadian Kaillie Humphries and USA’s Elana Meyers-Taylor made history by becoming the first women to win four-man international bobsleigh medals.
Olympic champion Humphries, 29, piloted her three male team-mates to silver, with the USA team third, in the first of
One of the leading children’s publishers is to drop gender branding from its books after almost 100 years.
Ladybird Books will stop publishing books labelled “for girls” or “for boys”.
It follows a campaign to encourage publishers to stop designating
Double Olympic dressage champion Charlotte Dujardin has been named Sunday Times & Sky Sports Sportswoman of the Year for 2014.
Dujardin continued her dominance of the sport over the last 12 months, winning gold medals in the special and freestyle
Equality Challenge Unit figures reveal a dismal picture for female academics with the continued dominance of men in the sector.
The Church of England has formally adopted legislation which means its first female bishops could be ordained next year.
The amendment was passed with a show of hands at the general synod.
The first women priests were ordained in 1994,
Women taking up roles in the workplace, emptied of men as World War One began, soon showed conflict was not confined to the front line. One group of Cumbrian textile workers made sure the fight for their rights got national
Rainbow List 2014: The annual celebration of the lesbian, bisexual, gay, and transgender people who make a real difference.
The result honours those who have long and brave histories of standing up for equal rights, as well as youngsters whose openness
Pull down the duvet and what do you see? A floor? A ceiling? Four white walls closing in like a snowstorm? No horizons when you’re stuck down a crevasse.
But look a little harder and you might be able to
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