A major discovery in women’s football history has revealed Britain’s first black female footballer – and she was playing in one of the sport’s earliest recorded games in the 1890s.
The emergence of her story is timely. On Tuesday evening,
Statutory maternity pay for UK mothers is among the worst in Europe, according to an analysis by the TUC.
The trade union body says only Ireland and Slovakia have worse “decently paid” entitlements.
It defines decently paid as two-thirds of
A jockey in this week’s Gold Cup will become the first female rider to compete in the race in 33 years.
On International Women’s Day 2017, it is sobering to acknowledge that still, just a fifth of UK higher education institutions are headed by a female vice-chancellor. And nothing’s changing very fast.
Though the percentage of women appointed to lead universities
A trade unionist who championed the rights of working women in the early 20th Century is set to be honoured with a blue plaque, English Heritage said.
During World War One, Mary Macarthur fought for equal pay and better rights
A sonata by Fanny Mendelssohn, which was mistakenly attributed to her more famous brother Felix, will be performed under her name for the first time on International Women’s Day.
The Easter Sonata was “lost” for 140 years before being discovered
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%
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
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