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Addressing barriers to work for disabled people and those with long term health conditions in Brighton & Hove

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Learning & Work Insitute recently completed a research and consultancy project on addressing barriers to work for disabled people and those with long term health conditions in Brighton & Hove. The project involved identifying the barriers the local disabled residents faced to employment, volunteering and skills development and recommendations on how the council and their…

Three Million Careers: Making the apprenticeship levy work

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Learning and Work Institute calling for an Apprentice Premium In our new paper Three Million Careers: Making the apprenticeship levy work Learning and Work Institute is calling for an Apprentice Premium, similar to Pupil Premium, to ensure there is additional funding supports high quality training for disadvantaged young people. L&W also calls for full funding…

Equality Analysis: Apprenticeship funding policy from May 2017

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This publication provides an Equality Analysis of the funding policy for apprenticeships in England, due to be introduced from May 2017, when employers start to pay the apprenticeship levy. It has been produced in line with the Public Sector Equality Duty, which came into force on 5 April 2011 to demonstrate that we are paying…
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Age and Identity Box Set

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Our curated collection of age and #identity follow-up resources  from the 2016 Festival of #Identities by and for FACES staff and students (July 2016)
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Religion, Belief and Non-belief Box Set

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Festival of identities follow up: Our curated collection of resources about learning and religion, belief and non-belief by and for FACES (further, adult, community, education and skills) staff and students

Developing a college values strategy – Bromley College

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Film contribution from Bromley College at the Festival of #Identies at City Lit on 10 and 11 May 2016. For more information about Developing a college values strategy – Bromley College see the recording of the webinar by Dr John Wise and the presentation slides http://resources.equalitiestoolkit.com/?niace_resources=developing-a-college-values-strategy-2 

Mathematical Identities

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In this recording from the Festival of #Identities livestream on 11 May 2016 at City Lit, Kelly Pickard-Smith presents ‘Mathematical Identities’ the stand-up routine in which she presents insights from her PhD research. Her routine was a sell-out at the international science festival: ‘Pint of Science’ 2015. Health warning: (the only one of the festival)…

Superdiversity and its implications for all of us

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Livestream recording of Nando Sigona’s session at the Festival of #Identities on 10 May 2016 at City Lit, London. He explores the implications of superdiversity for all of us and adult education in particular. Nando Sigona is Senior Lecturer and Deputy Director of the Institute of Research into Superdiversity (IRIS) at the University of Birminghamhttps://twitter.com/nandosigona…

About those gender stereotypes in sport

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In this recording from the Festival of Identities livestream on 10 May 2016, Carol Harvey-Barnes interviews Kirstie Hickson, from AoC Sport about why, 4 yours after the London Olympics gender stereotyping in sport is proving persistently resistant to change and the impact this has on women accessing sports courses in FE, sport as an occupational…