“There is so much wealth and so much misery at the same time, that it seems incredible that people can endure such class difference, and accept such a form of hunger while on the other hand, the millionaires throw away millions on stupidities.” – Frida Kahlo
On 19th of March 1911 the first International Women’s Day was held
A Gude Cause Maks A Strong Erm is a short animated film telling the story of the Orcadian Woman’s Suffrage Society
The crazy genius, the child prodigy, the inventor of fantastical but super effective AI (Artificial Intelligence) systems depicted in the movie you watch will most likely be a man.
Staff recorded as ‘black, Asian and minority ethnic’ (BAME) were marginalized, at a proportion of 8% in Education, which was less than half that employed in the sector (16.5%). There was also less attainment and progression for these staff.
“Gender recognition is a devolved policy area and this does not change the Equality Act 2010 or give any additional rights to those with a certificate. It shortens and simplifies the process and, particularly, ends the requirement for a psychological diagnosis of gender dysphoria. This is in keeping with the guidance from the World Health Organisation and from the United Nations, which recommends change to a legal statutory process based on self-identification.
“The obvious starting point is to concede that we have massive problems of inequity in Orkney right now.”
The Tapestry is a thing of extraordinary love, telling the story of Scotland through the ages.
On the 11th of July 1877, Kate Edger graduated with a BA in Latin and Mathematics from the University of New Zealand.
“Science must become less unequal, more cooperative and more open.”