Saturday, 8th March, is
International Women's Day - a time for people to come together
to fight for women's rights, celebrate women's achievements and
raise awareness of issues affecting women and girls. It's a
great time to get involved with gender justice issues and the
fight against sexism. If you'd like some inspiration, please
visit the LRC, where we have a display filled with books and
films by and about women and feminists. Alternatively, you can
check out UK Feminista online for information about
campaigns and events.
It was World Book Day this
week! To celebrate, the LRC is asking for your book
recommendations - what have you read recently that you really
enjoyed? Do you have an all-time favourite book? Let us
You can fill out a slip at the
LRC front counter or get in touch via Twitter or
Challenge - one month left!
There's just a little less than
a month left to enter the LRC's Five Book Challenge (deadline:
28th March), which still leaves you plenty of time to fill out
a reading diary!
Diaries are available from the
LRC front counter - to enter the competition, all you need to
do is read five books (any five books!), write a
short review of each (just a few lines) and bring your diary
back to the LRC to be stamped. You can enter as many times as
you like. Above all, we want you to enjoy your reading!
First prize is a Kindle Fire
and anyone who enters can win, with additional prizes for
those who submit the highest number of diaries. If you have
any questions about the competition, please ask Danielle in
Diversity - survey for all staff and students
hereto complete the
survey. The questions deal with equality and diversity themes.
Answers are completely anonymous and will not be seen by anyone
at college. The National Centre for Diversity will compile a
report based on the information you give and feedback to the
college. It should take no more than 15 – 20 minutes to
complete. Please be as honest as you can!
hereto complete the
survey. Be as honest as you can – the questionnaire is
completely anonymous. The responses will form the basis of an
action plan. The questionnaire should take no longer than 15 –
20 minutes to complete.
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