Alison McCall of the Aberdeen Women’s Alliance, took us a half hour stroll not only round parts of the city but through the lives of some of the women who had lived there.
Dr Nina Baker, took us on a journey on Thursday 10th of September, celebrating the work and influence of women engineers from the earliest innovators in flight with balloon technology, through to the Space Age.
The lack of educational materials in Scotland’s schools about women in history is a chasm which needs to be addressed.
This is a time for examining the tourism sector much more closely than ever before. Change is required.
“I’ll never know what made him snap”
On average, women in retirement have 55% lower pension income than men.
Two women who defied the conventions of their day and continue to inspire us to this day with their courage and passion.
Ida B Wells was a black woman born into slavery in Holly Springs, Mississippi on July 16th 1862.
“One of the biggest challenges we face across the industry is the war for talent.”Dr Mark Lyons
A new group is about to launch in Orkney