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Women’s Voices – We’re Mad But Not Insane!

Posted on November 20th, 2018 by

Women’s voices are not heard. And if we speak up so much that we cannot be ignored we are often subject to abuse, often by doubting our sanity. Because women that question the patriarchy, the established order, must be mad, mustn’t they? Just ask Carole Cadwalladr.

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Whose Love Child Are You?

Posted on October 30th, 2018 by

Have you ever played the Who’s Love Child Are You game? Read on to find out a bit more. Which two women would you merge to find your very best version of you? Or you can choose a man if you want. Mine came out as two women, obviously, but than I am aiming very, very high! It’s a bit of a laugh but it does have a serious side, too.

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A *Paean of Praise to Caitlin Moran – How to Be Famous

Posted on October 22nd, 2018 by

Has Caitlin Moran written a book that will go down as a great piece of feminist literature? Who knows? I think so. I think it’s a witty, laugh out loud, tear inducing novel of our time and that it should be compulsory reading in all schools. It is an explanation and a rebuttal for #MeToo. It is simply glorious. How to Be Famous, read it.

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Dame Mary Beard – Always Inspirational

Posted on September 12th, 2018 by

Meet Dame Mary Beard, classic professor, writer, TV presenter and general all round good egg. Here she is in an updated interview with Changing People following her last one back in 2013. Quite a lot has happened since then.

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No More Boys and Girls – video link to first episode

Posted on August 22nd, 2018 by

Last year the BBC aired a fascinating documentary looking at the impact of treating boys and girls differently in school. The gender gap is very evident at just age 7. At 7 girls think boys are better, and boys think boys are better. But a few relatively simple changes can change this. Plus, how to add a new string to your training bow with RenewYou, personal development for women.

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Are You Gender Bi Lingual Leader? – Aviva Wittenberg-Cox

Posted on July 31st, 2018 by

It’s not easy being a leader in today’s world but one thing you can be sure of, being gender blind is not helping you. Being gender blind means businesses will not be spotting their unconscious bias when recruiting, making ads, populating their website. We all have to think in terms of being bi lingual. Understanding the language of gender, and being gender bi lingual is a massive business tool in the 21st Century if we want to engage all the talents available. Check out this short and pithy video from CEO of 20first Aviva Wittenberg-Cox.

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