Over a dozen folk – as well as ORSAS staff – enjoyed a weekend of fun, meaningful chat alongside banner, poster and ‘Zine’ (mini magazine) making.
Read Duncan Lunan’s review of this fascinating book redressing the omissions in Scientific discovery
“Adoption UK now calls on other UK governments to follow Scotland’s lead in issuing a formal apology to all those who have been affected by forced adoptions, and to meet the needs of all adopted individuals who would benefit from support.”
On 19th of March 1911 the first International Women’s Day was held
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.
The new £100 polymer note will feature Dr Flora Murray, CBE (1869-1923), the Scottish medical pioneer and suffragette.
“Women’s businesses are a crucial part of our economy.” Sacha Woolham
Women and girls over the age of 13 can apply for up to £500 from The Practical Training Fund.
The Tapestry is a thing of extraordinary love, telling the story of Scotland through the ages.
One ancient grave urn is producing a huge amount of information about one woman and the baby twins she was found with.