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Women and equality
International Women's Day is a day to celebrate the role of women in the community, and wider society.
The NEU is concerned about how poverty disproportionately affects women.
Each year across the UK 3 million women experience violence, and there are many more living with the legacies of abuse experienced in the past.
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The purpose of this guidance is to suggest practical ways in which the school and college environment can be improved for women who are going through the menopause.
National Training Programme
This course is split into two parts allowing participants to reflect on their learning and put into practice some of the strategies developed during the course.
Today August 2, marks the 75th anniversary of the murder of 2,897 Sinti and Roma in the gas chambers at the German Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp.
Breaking the Mould
Challenging gender stereotypes
Working with five primary schools over two years to consider how ‘traditional’ gender stereotypes could be challenged in nursery and primary classrooms.
It’s Child’s Play is a resource for teachers to use in class every day.. It contains a set of accompanying notes on the project books and how to use them, plus more information on using children’s literature to challenge gender stereotypes.
This publication provides an overview of how the different schools looked at the impact of gender stereotypes on young people and considered how they could begin to unsettle some of the established assumptions about what girls and boys might like
This publication contains examples of how staff worked to challenge gender stereotypes both inside and outside the classroom and includes sections on adopting a whole schools approach, toys, ambitions and jobs, sports and playtime and creating and
In 1910 the women chainmakers of Cradley Heath focused the world’s attention on the plight of Britain’s low paid women workers.
Over 1000 Black teachers shared their stories of everyday school experiences in a survey and focus group research carried out by the Runnymede Trust, commissioned by the NEU.