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Creating new Wikipedia pages about notable women for International Women's Day

Wikipedia is the site anyone can edit but too few do and only 19.16% of biographies are about women. Representation matters. Learning about these stories matters. Gaps in our shared knowledge…

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Pride in Writing: Sapphic Voices

Sapphic stories are often told through the (cisgender, heterosexual) “male gaze” but what happens when we tell our own stories? Magic. Join us for a discussion of the stories only we…

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Dr Sarah Ssali: Supporting Gender Equal Participation in Science

Dr. Sarah Ssali, Dean of the School of Women and Gender Studies at Makerere University, Uganda, explains how gender minorities can be better supported in their research careers.

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Women, Young Children and COVID-19: Stories from Brazil, Eswatini, Palestine and South Africa

The recent COVID-19 global health pandemic has significantly impacted on communities around the world. This webinar shares learning from our multi-country project UKRI GCRF “Safe, Inclusive…

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We write Wikipedia. Participation of women in the free and collaborative encyclopedia

We write Wikipedia. Participation of women in the free and collaborative encyclopedia on the Internet Speakers: Raquel Ramírez Salgado (Wikimedia México), Anna Torres (Wikimedia…

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For Grandmas, Girls and GLAM-Queens: WomenEdit

SpeakerIvaBerlin is in Wikipedia and also outside ;) Iva. I'm originally from Berlin, where I live and work also. I've been a reader for the last 15 years and now I'm editing since…

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The Red and Gold Pen - An illustrated short story

Mithu is one of a vast number of women commuting to Kolkata for domestic work. She lives with her family outside the city, in a village close to Sonarpur, and she travels daily by local train.In the…

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Can we rid Wikipedia of its content gender gap? Views from Women in Red

SpeakersModerators: Roger Bamkin & Rosie Stephenson-Goodknight Panelists: Several Women in Red members including Antiqueight, Brenda Wahler, Camelia Boban, Ewan McAndrew, Lucy Moore, Penny…

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Words of Women in Mathematics in the Time of Corona

This talk has captions. You can remove these by pressing CC on the video toolbar. In 2018, the uplifting movie "Faces of Women in Mathematics" was released for International Women's…

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Black Women and French Citizenship - RACE.ED and Centre of African Studies Seminar

19 May 2021 Speakers:Annette Joseph-Gabriel, Assistant Professor of French, The University of Michigan Mame Fatou Niang, Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies, Carnegie Mellon…

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Wikipedia in the Curriculum in 'the new normal': Student-led activism promoting knowledge equity and SDG4.

Presentation by Ewan McAndrew, Wikimedian in Residence at the University of Edinburgh, for the Open Education Resources Conference 2021. 21-22 April 2021 Wikipedia in the Classroom in the new…

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Women in Early Modern Italy: Week 3 Women, Medicine, Pregnancy

A pre-recorded video introducing the subject of women, women's medicine and healing in early modern Italy.

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Women in Early Modern Europe: Week 1 Introduction

An introduction covering historiography and some broad themes of the course on women in early modern Italy.

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The Edinburgh Race Lectures: The Eclipse of Black Women in Anti-Discrimination Law - 9 December 2020

'The Eclipse of Black Women in Anti-Discrimination Law'by Professor Iyiola Solanke, Chair of European Union Law and Social Justice within the University of Leeds Law School.Chaired by Dr…

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The Edinburgh Race Lectures: Representing Slavery in Contemporary Black British Women’s Plays - 26 November 2020

'Representing Slavery in Contemporary Black British Women’s Plays: Race, Responsibility, Reparations' by Lynette Goddard, Professor of Black Theatre and Performance at Royal Holloway,…

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16th Nov: Inclusive academic entrepreneurship: identifying and overcoming barriers to commercialising research

Inclusive academic entrepreneurship: identifying and overcoming barriers to commercialising research 16th November 2020 Dr Heather Griffiths @FlexiblePhD Dr Charoula Tzanakou @ctzanakou Women in STEM…

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