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Georgie Selwood takes a look at PPE and whether one size truly fits all.
UoM lecturer Dr Sarah Hall called for more BAME representation in the Northern Powerhouse at the Labour Party conference last week.
A social enterprise in Manchester will be running a careers and business training programme for BAME women, having also specialised in working with women from disadvantaged backgrounds
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Manchester Media Group hosted a weekend of speakers, panels, and workshops for the Women in Media Conference 2017
With this year’s conference weeks away, we discuss why events such as this are important in ensuring aspiring female journalists and media professionals have the tools to succeed in a cut-throat industry
Roma Havers introduces the newest Women’s Campaign, ‘Sticks and Stones’ and reviews the launch event
Following Manchester Media Group’s groundbreaking conference, we look back at the events of the weekend and the words of our inspirational guest speakers
What better way to celebrate Women’s History Month than by discovering the severe structural sexism of the UK healthcare system?
Podcasts have become increasingly popular, writer Eliza Robey shares a couple of her favourites
The 12% gap means for every £10 a man earns, a woman earns £8.80 at the University
In a leaked report, The University of Manchester’s Chancellor, Nazir Afzal OBE, has found the London Fire Brigade to be institutionally racist and misogynistic
Banji Adewumi, the EDI director at the University of Manchester, sat down with us for the second episode of Under the Spotlight. We discussed politics, staff negotiations and inclusivity
Pip Carew and Daniel Collins give a detailed analysis of films which pass and fail the bechdel test and examine it’s importance
Some male authors are refusing to describe women in their novels – what does this mean for the future of representation?
Alfie Cumberworth questions whether the ignorant racism of one conservative party MP is telling of the hostility and discriminatory attitudes of the governing party more generally.
Lemn Sissay, the Chancellor of UoM, tells us his thoughts on Black History Month, his job as Chancellor and writing his memoir
Comma Press chat to us about their upcoming ‘Publishing Conference’ event, how to pursue a career in publishing and the joys of working at a small press
Bafta has revealed 120 changes to membership, voting and campaigning rules in an attempt to diversify nominees
The team is believed to be one of the most diverse in the country
The students used each night to highlight one of the ‘four fights’