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- Reform of the Gender Recognition Act: EqualiTeach's Submission
In July 2018, the government launched a consultation into the Gender Recognition Act 2004. EqualiTeach is pleased to add its voice to this important consultation and its stance on many of the issues raised is in accord with the common message expressed by the UK‚Äôs leading LGBT charities.
- Rosa UK and Clore Emerging Leaders Fellowship
EqualiTeach are delighted to announce that we have been awarded funding from Rosa UK to create an educational resource on how to promote gender equality and tackle sexism and sexual harassment in schools.
- Job Vacancy: Youth Education Officer
It’s an exciting time for EqualiTeach, and to meet increasing demand we are continuing to expand our team. We are looking for a new Youth Education Officer to deliver workshops to young people on issues of equality and to contribute to the running and development of a growing organisation.¬
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We look forward to hearing from you!
- 04/07/2018: Agents for Change: Outside the Box
Agents for Change: Outside the Box is an interactive day of educational workshops, run by EqualiTeach, bringing together pupils of all genders from 15 schools to learn about gender stereotypes and sexism, and action plan ways in which they can become ‚ÄėAgents for Change‚Äô working to reduce sexism and promote gender equality in their schools.
- 22/06/2018: Outside the Box: Promoting Gender Equality and Tackling Sexism in School
EqualiTeachis holding a one-day training event to support secondary school staff to promote gender equality and tackle sexism.
This event is supported by a grant from the Improving Gender Balance team at the Institute of Physics and will bring teachers together from across the East of England to share good practice and explore ways to ensure that schools are safe places for young people to thrive regardless of gender.