International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global observance celebrated annually on March 8. It is a day to recognise the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
As awareness about neurodiversity grows, organisations are recognising the importance of responding to the wider needs of neurodivergent thinkers.
Women’s History Month is an annual observance in the month of March that celebrates and recognises the contributions and achievements of women throughout history.
Allyship is a process of building relationships with people who are marginalised and standing in solidarity with them.
LGBT+ history month is an annual month-long celebration that recognises the history and contributions of the LGBT+ community.
People are multi-dimensional in their identities and may identify with several different marginalised groups at the same time.
This guide highlights different religious traditions around mourning, the right things to say, and appropriate moments for friends and colleagues to offer support.