Our annual Celebrate Difference and Diversity event kicks off tomorrow at our Medway Campus. This event, being held at both Medway and Avery Hill celebrates the differences, diversity and talents of our staff and students. Come along to either Pilkington
Sir Stirling Moss is not noted for his championing of female racing drivers. Women, says Formula 1 legend Moss, lack the balls – literally and metaphorically – to challenge the very best men, in any form of motorsport.
Katherine Merchant and Rochelle ‘Rocky’ Clark are Rugby World Cup winners with 156 caps between them.
But as women coaching men’s rugby teams, they still encounter on a routine basis the sort of sexist attitudes Merchant recounts. More
A play featuring a number of disabled actors is set to take to the stage in Dundee. More
The hour record is considered one of cycling’s greatest challenges as riders push themselves physically and mentally to the limit.
On Saturday, Dame Sarah Storey’s lung-busting efforts at the Lee Valley Velodrome were not enough to better Leontien Zijlaard-van Moorsel’s
Reanne Evans has accepted an invitation to take on the men in qualifying for the World Snooker Championship.
The 10-times ladies’ champion is now three wins away from being the first woman to play in the tournament’s main televised stages
International Women’s Day will be held on Sunday 8 March and with this in mind we have chosen Sandi Toksvig as our Inspirational Diversity Champion of the Month.
A passionate campaigner for equality and human rights, Sandi has led the
A new exhibition featuring work by black photographers and drawn from the Victoria and Albert’s collection has opened at two venues – both at the V&A itself and at the Black Cultural Archive in Brixton. The pictures document the experience
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