State of the Nation 2023: People and Places The latest annual social mobility index includes a written report and data explorer. It measures social mobility across 5 key dimensions (occupation, income, education, housing and wealth) and by outcomes measured at different stages throughout life. There are breakdowns by gender and ethnicity. The website provides information […]
NORRAG –NORRAG Blog Series – #TheSouthAlsoKnows –NORRAG is a global network of over 5,000 members for international policies and cooperation in education and training. This blog aims to share learning and insights from research, innovations and projects developed and implemented by Southern experts and tackle issues in the South, highlighting their relevance for improving quality […]
The Paths to Equal – new twin indeces on women’s empowerment and gender equality based on data for 114 countries, including data on the progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals jointly developed by UNDP and UN Women. It aims to use multi-dimensional indices to provide a comprehensive assessment of women’s status globally. The first, the Women’s Empowerment Index, focuses […]
South African Governmental Publications collection is now available on the LSE Digital Library. It contains government and colonial publications. These are comprised of Population censuses undertaken in the Cape of Good Hope from 1865 until the 1960s. There are also Education Statistics of Cape of Good Hope 1881-1985. The publications were digitised in 2016 as part of the […]
The National Archives collection provides records of 250 iconic objects which cover gender, race and sexuality. Each record has images, documents and audio-visual resources. Great educational sources. Topics include biographies of key people such as Mrs Pankhurst and details of the Mangrove Nine trial.
An open-access, crowdsourced book of ideas on how artificial intelligence might be used in education. It includes 101 contributions from 19 countries: Australia, Canada, China, Egypt, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Italy, Ireland, Jordan, Liberia, Mexico, South Africa, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom and the US. Provided by #creativeHE, an collaborative community for creative and innovative practitioners and […]
Be My Best Self is a tool developed by Dolphin which aims to help individuals reflect on and understand their accessibility needs. It has five questions in a survey format which are submitted to the company who send back a personal document which can lead to discussions with employers, educational establishments and family members on what […]
A new hub created at LSE Social Policy which aims to act as a network and website for scholars working on the causes and impact of gender inequality in education, labour markets and the family.It includes details of projects, full text papers and events.
The U.S. Census Bureau, in partnership with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), has launched a data dashboard. ACCESS BROADBAND stands for Advancing Critical Connectivity Expands Service, Small Business Resources, Opportunities, Access, and Data Based on Assessed Need and Demand Act. The new data tool shows how changes in broadband infrastructure can affect local economies. The […]
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Global Gender Gap Report 2022 | World Economic Forum (weforum.org) Get information on the trends from 2020. The report records that it will take another 132 years to close the gap. The website also has infographics and information on economy trends worldwide. The full methodology is provided on the website.