By Kate Hollinshead: email@example.com The last few weeks have seen an outpouring of grief, fear, concern and anger after the details of the murder of Sarah Everard have emerged. Feelings have run high in the political sphere, on social media
Category: Sex and Gender
The 8th March marks International Women’s Day, which is always an important opportunity to take stock of the progress being made across the world with regards to women’s rights and to celebrate the brilliant individuals, organisations and movements that are
EqualiTeach Submission to Women and Equalities Committee Call for Evidence on Proposed Changes to the Gender Recognition Act 2004
EqualiTeach believes that there must be comprehensive and meaningful change to the Gender Recognition Act 2004 in order to ensure all trans people are able to easily and affordably have their gender legal recognised. EqualiTeach stands in solidarity with all trans people in the fight for true equality.
The new Immigration Bill was voted through the House of Commons with an overwhelming majority. But, whilst it appears to have little opposition within the Cabinet, there is vocal and urgent opposition to it across political parties and throughout UK society.
It is the impact, not intent, that is important as allies. The challenge is not to remain stuck but to see allyship as an opportunity to acknowledge and address the change that is needed within ourselves and the world around us.
By Rachel Elgy: firstname.lastname@example.org In March every year, the world celebrates International Women’s Day, recognising the small steps, great leaps and onward journeys towards gender equality, highlighting role models, and renewing commitments to the cause. In our globalised world, movements
EqualiTeach and the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation: Promoting Gender Equality and Tackling Sexism in St Neots Schools
EqualiTeach is delighted to announce an exciting project running in St Neots schools this half term, courtesy of funding from the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation (CCF).
For the sixth year running, EqualiTeach in partnership with Islington Council will be delivering equality workshops to young people in schools throughout Islington.
Toxic masculinity can therefore be thought as a version of masculinity expressed through a rigid and negative understanding of what ‘being a man’ means.
By Sheza Afzal: email@example.com Parents are Protesting Recent media attention has highlighted parents’ protests outside schools last term, with the biggest demonstration at Anderton Park primary school in Birmingham. An estimated 200 protesters picketed at the school gates, holding banners and
EqualiTeach are thrilled to announce the launch of our latest Educational Resource. Outside the Box supports schools to take a whole school approach to promoting gender equality and tackling sexism and harassment and is available completely free of charge. We
he past decade has seen many huge advances in the fight for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) equality in the UK…However, the path to equality doesn’t run smooth, and recent events have shown that there is no place for complacency, that victories won are not necessarily assured forever and there is still a long way to go.