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Gender Equality

Sex (being a man or a woman) is a protected characteristic in the Equality Act 2010. Sex discrimination, both direct and indirect, can affect both women and men, but women are affected more often than men. 
The Equality Act 2010 also covers gender reassignment and pregnancy discrimination. 
This section includes updates on our latest projects and policies to promote sex equality and challenge sexism and misogyny. 


 
Guidance for EIS Representatives...
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Last Updated: 22/06/2017 12:48:21
 
How do we get it right for Girls?...
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Last Updated: 08/03/2017
 
The EIS has produced new guidance for teachers on challenging misogynistic attitudes among...
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Last Updated: 02/09/2016
 
Sex (being a man or a woman) is a protected characteristic in the Equality Act 2010....
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Last Updated: 16/08/2016
 
The EIS does a range of work to tackle issues of concern to members stemming from sex disc...
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Last Updated: 17/08/2016
 
Find more information on gender inequality...
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Last Updated: 16/08/2016

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