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Reflections on the Sarah Everard Case: A Message to Men

By Dan Sutton Whilst writing this piece I discovered a horrifying statistic: according to the Missing People charity one person goes missing every 90 seconds around the UK. Social media has enabled news to break faster than ever, but as we become inundated with content it becomes harder to keep track of stories. But the … Continue reading Reflections on the Sarah Everard Case: A Message to Men

THE HIGHER UP, THE GREATER THE FALL

I very rarely follow football, it’s not a staple watch in our household. So, it must have been quite the social hype to get us as emotionally invested as we ended up being. The growing euphoria around these young athletes who were breaking boundaries and offering the nation something exciting and unique, offering us all … Continue reading THE HIGHER UP, THE GREATER THE FALL

Pride Month: How we can be doing more

It is the year 2021 and the environment for LGBTQIA+ people in the UK seems to be deteriorating. Conversion therapy is still legal, and trans people are having to wait up to 5 years to be seen at our very limited number of Gender Identity Clinics. The Stonewall LGBT in Britain: Work Report (2018) states … Continue reading Pride Month: How we can be doing more

How to Encourage and Normalise Conversations About Mental Health at Work

By Ellie Gray. Nobody will be surprised to hear that over the last year, more people than ever before have been struggling with their mental health. According to the ONS, almost one in five of us were likely to be experiencing some form of depression in June 2020. Before the pandemic, this figure was at … Continue reading How to Encourage and Normalise Conversations About Mental Health at Work

I’m Not Your Superwoman

By Amy Horton, Chief Product Officer at Talon Outdoor. In the narrative to strive for gender equality, and to promote women’s rightful place in business boardrooms and leadership positions, an unattainable role model of the superwoman seems to have emerged and I don’t think it is helping the sisterhood. If we want more women in … Continue reading I’m Not Your Superwoman