The Awakening of Indian Women is an account of the Indian feminist movement in the early decades of the twentieth century. The book, inspired by Marxist feminism, was written in the 1930s by Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay and other activists and has recently been republished. The book launch was filmed and can now be viewed here In […]
Launched by the International Labour Organization, the Employment Policy Action Facility (EPAF), is a website that contains materials for employment policy makers. It includes diagnostic tools and guidance. Throughout there is attention to gender mainstreaming policy.This ILO news item gives more information.
Equality, diversity and inclusion showcase – London Higher A report, case studies and information on the work HEIs have done recently on gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, disability or religion, or types of interventions such as decolonisation projects. Accompanying the report, is a range of videos from member institutions showing what they are doing in the […]
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Liberating Histories A new project based at Northumbria University and partnered with the Women’s Library at the LSE which explores feminist magazines from the beginning of the Women’s Liberation Movement in 1968 to the present day. It will be developing class resources for teachers and linking to digital archives. It is also aiming to develop […]
Gender Equity and Justice Free access (time-limited so take advantage quickly) to articles from SAGE publishing covering gender equity and justice. Topics include labour, health, gender identity and the struggle for rights worldwide.
Who makes the news in China? Men mainly. The 6th Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) China report, prepared by the Beijing-based NGO Media Monitor for Women Network, has revealed a gender imbalance in news coverage. Women only feature in 25% of articles. Download the full content form the website.
Watch again on YouTube https://youtu.be/SUCiuy2y0u4 Images of her art and design and discussion with her biographer Rachel Holmes Read Sylvia’s original online archive papers at institute of social history Amsterdam: https://search.iisg.amsterdam/Record/ARCH01029
The UNU Gender Atlas provides a succinct summary of the United Nations University’s work on gender equality and looks at themes in the 2030 Agenda.
Closing the gender pay gap will take 135 years according to shocking statistics from the latest Economic Forum report This report benchmarks the evolution of gender-based gaps in over 100 nations worldwide, focussing on four sectors: economic participation and opportunity; educational attainment; health and survival; and political empowerment. This year’s report considers the impact of the pandemic on gender […]
GEM, a research project led by the University of Gothenberg, has culminated in an open-access book: Comparing Gender and Media Across the Globe: A cross-national study of the qualities, causes and consequences of gender equality in and through the news media.It covers the nature, causes and consequences of gender inequality. It also provides free access to several […]