Women should be more visible across the curriculum, say campaigners who successfully fought plans to leave feminism out of A-level politics.
England’s Schools Minister Nick Gibb announced a change of heart after an outcry over the lack of female thinkers in the draft politics syllabus.
“We’ve seen the strength of feeling,” said Mr Gibb.
Science campaigner Jacquelyn Guderley said: “This should act as a springboard for more female role models.”
Ms Guderley, co-founder of the Stemettes group, which encourages girls into science, maths and engineering careers, said there should be more female representation “across the board, particularly in science, technology, engineering and maths”.
“You can’t be what you can’t see, which is why including varied female role models across all subjects is of crucial importance.” More
The University EDI Strategy Launch takes place on 27th January 2016, 12 noon to 5.30pm in Queen Anne Room 180 followed by drinks reception and international buffet. This will be an event marking the launch of the first University of Greenwich the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Strategy
Your opportunity to ‘Showcase’ and reflect upon best practice of student and staff initiatives and activities across the characteristics of age, gender, race, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, religion and belief (non-belief) and as carers of relative or friends.
The message will be to understand how current university practices and processes is linked to equality, diversity and inclusion work and that together we can achieve best practice and deliver better services to all students and staff at the university.
There will be internal and external key speakers (TBC) on the day with stalls and stands in the shared area.
The opening address will be delivered by Professor David Maguire. The event will be chaired by Chief Operating Officer, Anne Poulson. More information will be available nearer the date.
Register you attendance here.