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What to do if a Trans person enters the bathroom

Being an ally

Hang about near the wash-basins in case they get harassed by a bigot when they are in there, so you can tell the bigot to...

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Mental health in public relations

Mental illness is endemic in the workplace.

This is a column that I wrote for The Drum following an industry discussion hosted by The CIPR.

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Cleavage + eyelashes = can't code...

Or does it!

WATCH THIS VID!

I wanted to share this because quite frankly, it's brilliant.

A double-bluff of sorts, this short, powerful,...

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It's not all doom and gloom

The ONS report on Young People's Wellbeing shows that it's not all bad news with a 7% increase in financial wellbeing  in 16 to 24 year...

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Lecturers are striking for fairer conditions

One of the reasons I left academia is that my travel costs to work cost more than I earned. One of the reasons I left academia is that I...

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Pictures of despair, but also hope!

A picture speaks a thousand words they say, and as you look at these pictures from refugee children that have fled persecution and war,...

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Plastic Fantastic!

All men and women are created equal.

We definitely start that way. Over time, through conditioning and external influences, we are...

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President declares that UK law on surrogacy discriminates against single parents

Sir James Munby, President of the High Court Family Division, has made a very clear formal declaration that the UK law on surrogacy...

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Council to pay £17,500 damages to 14 year old for Human Rights breaches

A claim was successfully made under the Human Rights Act for a child who had been placed in voluntary accommodation for 4 years without...

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Too many children in care end up in prison

A recent independent review has identified that up to half of all children in custody have been in care at some point. 

It is hoped that...

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Why Nike’s Diversity Disclosure Is Just the First Step

Following on from the positive diversity news from Nike yesterday, Forbes takes a look at the next steps for many of these workplaces

Demographic statistics alone will tell us something about the state of these efforts, but they don’t tell us how different populations...…

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With Diversity we are stronger

I attended the Oxford Mela on Saturday and find I am still reflecting on what a wonderful occasion it was, so colourful, so full of joy...

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Chemical found in magic mushrooms may treat depression

Remarkable results are being seen using psilocybin - the chemical that causes the hallucinogenic effect associated with magic mushrooms -...

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Fight for Equality continues in the Gender Pay Gap

We are all aware of the discussions going on in the film industry today reflecting the general discussions about the # gender pay gap...

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Protecting Employees Where Being Gay is a Crime

While this article is a timely reminder of an Employer's duty of care to employees being sent on overseas assignments, there are some...

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Pink Tech

As the mother of a baby girl, I'm used to a lot of pink. I find myself constantly defending her clothes, accessories and toys, being...

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Modern Slavery: Gardens to Public Statements

The Modern Slavery Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show highlights the important and topical issue of modern slavery and human trafficking....

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Employers: does your dress code violate discrimination laws?

As you will see from this unfortunate situation, employers should keep potential issues of discrimination in mind when drafting their...

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Does fatherhood help your career?

Research has found that fathers in full-time employment earn 21% more than men without children.  This is an interesting statistic but...

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David Cameron pledges more help for care-leavers

The Prime Minister has pledged to give more effective support to those leaving care by introducing a "care-leavers' covenant".

Writing in...

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Calvin Klein, Crossing Lines. Again

Calvin Klein has once again walked right up to edge of minimal acceptability and probably into darker territory, and the internet is...

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Give a girl a fish...

When we think of trend setters, technology and innovation, we generally don't think of Africa as a front runner.

But this couldn't be...

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#MaybeHeDoesn'tHitYou new campaign to raise awareness of DV

Great campaign - raising awareness that domestic violence is not always physical. 

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) provides those seeking help with a one-sheet about psychological abuse,...…

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Hell on Heels

Is it reasonable to ask women to wear heels at work? Those of us that work in FM fall into two camps.  Some of us are heels all the way -...

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NHS mental health funding is still inadequate

It is disappointing that all the money plugged into mental health did not necessarily make that much difference to a large proportion of...

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Dementia care and life stories - does it work?

Dementia often includes symptoms such as difficulty with communicating and memory loss.

Life Story work is a method designed to help...

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Which are the top 50 employers for women?

It is so inspiring to see the the priorities of the business community shift towards gender equality, diversity and inclusion. And there...

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Why is care for the terminally ill and elderly still failing?

We hoped that lessons had been learnt from the Mid-Staffs Inquiry. 

Sadly it appears that there is still a very long way to go... 

A daughter has won an apology from hospital bosses after claiming her terminally ill mother was "neglected and forgotten" in the days...…

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Mother of Dragons Eats Cake?

Perhaps eating cake isn't very becoming of a Mother of Dragons. Or perhaps it's a hard earned reward after a long day in the office,...

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Many doctors have decided to place "do not resuscitate" order without telling the family

This is an issue that we have come across many times in our area of practice. 

Often medical staff decide that it is in the best interests...

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Why are there more young women than men entering the profession ?

And - as good as the news is that the figures upon entry are balancing out - how many years will that take until there is equality at...

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A care home with a difference.

This is the story of a specially created village caring for and protecting those with Alzeihmers and Dementia.

It is very interesting to...

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