Thursday, September 23, 2021
    Tags Equality

    Tag: equality

    Colour me this: a personal perspective on racism across cultures

    It’s true, no one is born a racist but the cruelty of a racist system is that the moment you inhale, you become a...

    Coalition of societies to work for racial equality in Oxford

    Student societies have joined a city-wide Coalition to support the rights of marginalised people in Oxford. The Oxford Coalition of Black Communities and Communities...

    A centenary of full University membership for women at Oxford

    Oxford has launched a campaign to recognise the centenary anniversary of women at the University. On the 7th of October 1920, Oxford began giving...

    Oxford Union falls short on Michaelmas reforms

    Union staff have failed to complete diversity and equality training, and committee training in Hilary term was not attended by the full committee. In Michaelmas,...

    Renowned playwright calls for equality in Oxford speech

    Louise Wallwein, the acclaimed poet and playwright, gave an impassioned call for progress and equality in a speech in the Sheldonian last Wednesday. Wallwein...

    University hosts week of events highlighting diversity in STEM

    The events aimed to explore the intersection between sex, gender, disability, sexuality, and race in STEM

    This girl can, and she will

    The fight for equality in sport is not over

    Quarter of JCRs have transgender rep

    Queen’s College is the latest college to introduce the position

    Oxford among worst universities for equal access

    Cambridge was ranked worst, while seven other Russell Group universities – including St Andrew’s, Bristol, Durham, and Aberdeen – rounded out the bottom ten.

    Let’s Talk About: Everyday Sexism

    Eleanor Harris argues that while everyday sexism is very real, the term itself detracts from the feminist movement as a whole