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Lego to remove gender bias from its toys after enlightening child survey Research found that stereotypes in Lego hinder girls, boys and their parents. So the Danish firm vowed to do something about it Education Lifestyle Society
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How an alliance of female leaders is helping close the gender gap The Gender Alliance wants equality to be at the heart of the UN’s sustainable development goals. These five women are leading that drive Written in partnership with BMW Foundation
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The makers of Barbie bring out gender-neutral dolls The new line allows children to customise outfits without dictating gender stereotypes Society
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‘I walk with pride because of my daughter’ A non-profit organisation that focuses on education and literacy is helping to empower women and girls in Asia and Africa Education Society World
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Campaign for gender balance at music festivals to be extended after its success The Keychange pledge is now open to any music organisations who want to pursue gender parity in music, from conservatoires, orchestras and b... Arts Society
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The word on the street: renaming landmarks to redefine who matters From Brooklyn to Bristol, streets, buildings and landmarks are being named and renamed in a celebration of modern values. It’s important, sa... Society World
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