Most sports fans in England, Wales and Scotland say they would be comfortable with their club signing a gay player, according to a BBC Radio 5 live survey.
It found 82% of supporters would have no issue with a gay
The Premier League lacks a “culture of inclusivity” for disabled fans, says a leading equality campaigner.
Some top-flight clubs have not yet met guidelines on disability access.
Lord Holmes, a member of the Equalities and Human Rights Commission and a
The challenges facing Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) academics and students in higher education will be explored in an event at the University of Greenwich on Thursday 27 October.
Among the themes of the
one-day symposium are the
Comic strips offer children with dyslexia and autism an alternative way to learning subjects at school, a Scottish entrepreneur has suggested.
Rossie Stone has set up Dekko Comics to create educational comic strips after drawing his own while at secondary
Comic book heroine Wonder Woman is to be named as a new honorary ambassador for the United Nations (UN).
The character will be used to promote messages about women’s empowerment and gender-based violence, the UN said.
DC Entertainment president Diane
The NHS is failing to meet the needs of transgender adults and children, says a nurse who has first-hand experience both working in a hospital and as a transgender patient.
Kirsty Cass, 53, works at a private hospital in southern
On 7 October 1946 a male presenter introduced the very first episode of Woman’s Hour.
Created as a time-filler for housewives, its early broadcasts were criticised for being “patronising” and obsessed with the routine of domestic chores.
Three months after
Few plays open in the West End with an entirely black cast. But the main characters of One Night in Miami, set in 1964, are all icons of black America – including the activist Malcolm X and Cassius Clay, just
On the far side of the Moon lies the Maunder crater, named after two British astronomers – Annie and Walter Maunder.
Annie worked alongside her husband at the turn of the 19th Century, recording the dark spots that pepper the
World Mental Health Day takes place on 10 October 2016. With this in mind we have chosen Karen Taylor as our Inspirational Diversity Champion of the Month.
Karen is a former employee of the University, originally employed as our Equality
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