The Gender Agenda: A First-Hand Account of How Girls and Boys Are Treated Differently
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Home Office, 2019 Home Office. ( 2019). Hate crime: England and Wales, 2018/19. London: Home Office. Primary AGENDA is a resource for educational practitioners who want to support children aged 7-11 to make positive relationships matter in their school and community.
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A key part of this practitioner guidance encourages young people to actively start up or get involved in local and global campaigns to stop gender-based and sexual violence in their schools and communities. None of this squares with having gender-based quotas imposed on the businesses. I think we’d get grudging acceptance at best and, more likely, resentment and disengagement from many men. I for one wouldn’t want to be a leader who got her job here just because we needed a female CEO. Women in the Banking and Finance sector face perhaps a “double glass ceiling” as women can encounter challenges at both the middle and most senior management levels. Although on a global basis women make up 52% of the Banking Sector, they represent only 38% of middle management and 16% of executive committees*
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Reinventing the workplace for greater gender diversity, Sandrine Devillard, Alix de Zelicourt, Cecile Kossoff, and Sandra Sancier-SultanYou may also opt to downgrade to Standard Digital, a robust journalistic offering that fulfils many user’s needs. Compare Standard and Premium Digital here. Justice on the Digitized Field: Analyzing Online Responses to Technology-Facilitated Informal Justice through Social Network Analysis Chapter 41
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Calling All Stakeholders: An Intersectoral Dialogue about Collaborating to End Tech-Facilitated Violence and Abuse Chapter 45 Male convenience is not a new concept. Greed (1995) found that in relation to public toilets, the convenience afforded to men was significantly higher than that afforded to women, and this was evident through the provision of two-thirds more public facilities. Further to inconvenience, the victim status of men is explicitly discussed in the first comment in which the commenter claims to be a victim of discrimination. This clearly highlights the victimization that cisgender people, particularly cisgender men, will experience as a result of gender-neutral toilets being implemented. In claiming discrimination, access to urinals is constructed as a fundamental right for men, and the implementation of gender-neutral toilets an infringement upon this fundament right. In the second comment, there is also a construction of “difference” between men and women, with men being the main victims as a result of a loss of convenience.If we lie to ‘transsexuals’ to make them feel better, who is the next group we have to lie to: animal sex lovers, pedophiles, necrophiliacs. Just how far down that rabbit hole do we want to go as a society. The widespread applicability of the principles above suggests a short list of actions that should be on every committed leader’s priority list: Every major cultural, operational, or strategic change in a business requires personal passion, “skin in the game,” and role modeling from senior leaders, and gender diversity is no exception. When a CEO is the chief advocate and “storyteller,” more people (including the often less committed male middle managers) believe that the story matters and begin to adopt the CEO’s mind-set and behavior. Intensely committed CEOs make their goals clear and specific, tell everyone about them, get other leaders involved, and manage talent to help make things happen. CEOs who do not see gender diversity as a top issue fold “gender” into “diversity” and “diversity” into “talent,” thereby losing focus as leadership of initiatives is delegated to others further down the line. CEOs who champion gender diversity, for example, participate in women’s events and multiday talent discussions; less committed CEOs introduce them and leave, inadvertently signaling that other priorities take precedence.