Burnley have replaced their child mascots with pensioners for Saturday’s FA Cup fifth round match against Lincoln City at Turf Moor.
The mascots are aged from 69 to 85 and Burnley say the gesture is to repay their “lifetime support”.
Experts from the worlds of politics and academia will discuss how gender politics and equality can lead to a sustainable economy, at the University of Greenwich next month.
The free event takes place on International Women’s Day, Wednesday 8 March.
The diversity of Nasa’s workforce in 1940s Virginia is uncovered in a new book by Margot Lee Shetterly. She recalls how a visit to her home town led to a revelation. More
More than 770,000 high earners now work part-time, according to a report that shows how employers are becoming more open to using job shares in senior roles.
The number of part-time staff on salaries over £40,000 has increased by 5.7%
February is LGBT History Month and with this in mind we have chosen Kate Richardson-Walsh as our Inspirational Diversity Champion of the Month.
Kate is an Olympic Gold and Bronze medal winning hockey player. She was capped a record 375
Join HRP for a series of LGBT+ themed events in 2017, telling the stories of‘1,000 years of kings, queen and in-betweens’ at its iconic sites as part the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexual acts in England and Wales.
On Friday 27 January 2017 we held our Aurora Launch event for this year’s participants in the Aurora Leadership programme. The event was well attended by participants, mentors and alumni and guest speakers.
The event was opened by Anna Radley
The real-life equivalent of Q in the James Bond films is a woman, the head of MI6 has said.
Alex Younger, chief of the Secret Intelligence Service, made the revelation as he encouraged more women to join the service.
The university was extremely proud to hear the results of this year’s index coming 82nd on the list, maintaining our Top 100 position of last year.
Our LGBT+ Staff Network also won the ‘Network of the Year’ award, an amazing
Boys receive £2.20 more pocket money a week than girls, a survey has found, suggesting the gender pay gap starts early and in the home.
Boys aged five to 16 get on average £10.70 a week made up from pocket
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