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Interesting on Alzheimers

The death of brain cells in Alzheimer's is currently inexorable. Solanezumab may be able to keep them alive. Current medication, such as...…

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Slums & Skyscrapers: Space, Housing and the City Under Neoliberalism

David Harvey's talk @ Dangerous Times Festival

Slums & Skyscrapers: Space, Housing and the City Under Neoliberalism Dangerous Times Festival 28 June 2015 London Where working class...…

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What is a Dementia Friend?

I'm a Dementia Champion - for more information contact me.

A Dementia Friend learns a little bit more about what it's like to live with dementia and then turns that understanding into action -...…

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India : 11 women die, 62 more hospitalized after being paid to be sterilized

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Government U-turn on care fees cap

No surprises here in this post-election government U-turn. Particularly when there was no plan as to how to pay for the giveaway.

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Why are we still getting humans to do the work of computers?

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Jurassic Park: High Heels Edition

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Practice Closures

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30 stories of India’s women leaders

This book, 30 Women in Power: Their Voices, Their Stories, Edited by Naina Lal Kidwai, sounds very interesting.

Zia Mody, founding partner of AZB & Partners, one of India’s largest law firms. “When I told my father my career ambitions and my desire...…

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Time for women lawyers to soar (and not self-sabotage our careers)

Pamela DeNeuve examines how women lawyers can self-sabotage their careers with a fascinating case study of Jill. It's very important...

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Debunking the 'Spinster'

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The history of British slave ownership has been buried: now its scale can be revealed

The compensation of Britain’s 46,000 slave owners was the largest bailout in British history until the bailout of the banks in 2009. Not...…

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Hammon's Historic Role on the Court

Becky Hammon is the first woman to head coach an NBA summer league team (the San Antonio Spurs). She gave insightful comments about the...

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Success in legal careers for those who aren't privileged white men

On Friday 11th July 2015 I was pleased to be Halebury’s delegate to a conference “Opening Doors and Removing Glass Ceilings – Widening...

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Amy Schumer: Feminist Jokes that Appeal to the Masses

Amy Schumer, a powerful female comedian known for her jibes at sexist norms and popular portrayals of women, has secured her place as...

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In France, who gets to be feminist?

More generally, what is at stake, according to Diallo, is the fact “the Parti socialiste has been used to talking in the name of...…

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Serena Williams and persistent racism

The article below gathers in one place the huge amount of racism Serena Williams has to put up with.

Mix with that sexism and you have...

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Irish abortion survey finds majority of people support decriminalisation

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Maintenance grants for poorer students to be cut

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The End of Life Roadmap

Journalist Ellen Goodman writes, "Too many people we love had not died in the way they would choose. Too many survivors were left...

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Women's Sports Slighted in Gender Equality Activitism, Academia, and Popular Culture

The Women's World Cup passed by this year with drastically less fanfare and media attention than the buzz that usually surrounds the...

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More warnings from the future.

I have to accept that I can be somewhat negative in my posts and what follows is no exception. It cannot be lost on all of us that...

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Modi vs Seth: A Case Of Hatred Towards Women With An Opinion

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Female entrepreneurs: pitching to a corporate buyer

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Police must reassess their approach to child protection or risk failing a new generation.

It is extremely worrying that on "too many occasions" the HMIC found that investigations into child abuse or neglect were poor and...

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Study Finds new Services help to cut number of "Repeat" Care Cases

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Brain drain

Over the years there have been calls for the UK to take action to prevent a drain of talent to elsewhere in the World - principally the...

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