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A feminist manifesto for education: gender equality has a long way to go

Miriam E David.  Violence against women and girls (VAWG) is now very much on the public agenda. It is even addressed through the BBC’s Radio 4’s Archers programme: the case about domestic violence in the Titchner family is arousing great

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Posted in Evidence-based policy, Social sciences and social policy, Teaching, learning, curriculum & assessment

Jolie’s appointment does not change fundamental gender relations in universities

Miriam E David.  No it’s not her latest movie role – Angelina Jolie is to become ‘professor in practice’ at the London School of Economics. And this appointment illustrates the argument of my new book Reclaiming Feminism: Challenging Everyday Misogyny

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Posted in Further higher and lifelong education, International development, Social sciences and social policy

EU-funded tools for the job: helping teachers and health workers tackle gender-related violence

Miriam David Gender violence has been a key theme of the European Union’s Daphne programme. I have been involved with a most exciting and innovative Daphne-funded research project to develop free online training tools, which we hope will help teachers, youth

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Posted in Research matters

Why are there so few women professors when the proportion of female students has risen so steeply?

Miriam E David The Robbins Report on Higher Education was published 50 years ago, in October 1963, so this autumn there have been several  celebratory anniversary events – at the London School of Economics (LSE), where Sir Lionel Robbins was

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Posted in Further higher and lifelong education
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