Men studying Female-dominated subjects could improve Gender Equality
Encouraging men to study female-dominated industries could improve gender equality, reveals new research by the University of Cologne.
SURVEY: 1 in 5 Women Have Personally Experienced Sexual Harassment on Social Media
The survey attempts to discover how many women have experienced sexual harassment, or have witnessed sexual harassment.
Parents significantly underestimate how long Children should be active for each day
Children should be highly active for an average of at least 60 minutes a day, across the week in order to stay happy and healthy
Increasing cases of Gender-based Violence Online
With the end of the pandemic, cases of gender-based violence against women online have not decreased.
What Women Drivers Look For In A Service Station
New research reveal the top three determining factors for women drivers when choosing which service station to visit.
Mummy, I’m Home! One in Five Brits Forced to Move Back into Their Family...
Capital One UK commissions new research into the financial impact of children returning home and what this means for families during the cost-of-living crisis.
SINGLED OUT Happy and Proud of their Single Status but Misrepresented and Patronised by...
However, a new study by pro age beauty company, Studio10, suggests there is a cultural paradox at play.
Building a better Future for Children and Young People diagnosed with Cancer
Leading cancer charities are working in partnership to build a new evidence base looking at the psychosocial needs of young cancer patients
Women’s Networks Should Combine Efforts To Campaign For Greater Equality
Women’s networks charged with the common goals of securing equal pay, better gender representation, social safety and a greater sense of belonging
New Game that gets Kids excited about Fruit and Vegetables
The developers behind the BAFTA nominated phonics game, Teach Your Monster To Read have launched a brand-new game aiming to get kids excited about fruit and vegetables.