- 26 Apr 2011
- 18 Apr 2011
- - University of Gloucestershire 13 Apr 2011
With the gender pay gap still a pressing issue and the majority of men feeling reluctant to take up paternity leave, does the new legislation go far enough in encouraging men to share long-term ...
The shadow chancellor, Ed Balls, warned recently that a combination of high prices, spending cuts and the VAT rise created a "dangerous cocktail" that would have a serious impact on women and children
Do young girls need to be encouraged to look beyond 'stereotypical' careers as hairdressers, teachers, vets and nurses?
- - University of Gloucestershire 12 Apr 2011
- - University of Gloucestershire 11 Apr 2011
- - University of Gloucestershire 01 Apr 2011
Can women achieve a happy career and family-life balance? Businesswoman and author, Christine Brown-Quinn, thinks so
I recently met up with IEEE's president and CEO, Moshe Kam, to ask him what the organisation are doing to encourage more women into the technical computing fields of engineering. He said some ...
The government's social mobility strategy is set to be published next week.Before its publication, universities minister, David Willetts, has criticised feminism for holding working class men back