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Discrimination is when someone or a group is treated or considered differently to someone else because of their race, culture, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation or religion. By Stella Kalaidzi (2.5)

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Campus Celeb: Audrey Cody

Feminism~ What many don't get is that feminism just doesn't mean equal rights for just females, it means equality for all. Many people are too ignorant to look at the truth about feminism and just give it a bad meaning. Recently, many others have been giving it a bad reputation and just make fun of those who identify themselves as feminists.

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from Brit + Co

10 Words of Wisdom From the Late Maya Angelou

Diversity: Every person that you encounter is unique to our world. This is true in our classrooms. Each child comes form a different family, in a different background, and have different beliefs. All of that is okay! Everyone is allowed to be different and should be accepted for being their self.

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Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Respect and Equality

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Human rights perspectves respects diversity and does not just "tolerate" it. There are so many beautiful differences that humanity would grow within our collective consciousness if only we could embrace them.

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(Schools as Organisations 5.1) 1.1) Codes of Practice 1) Gender equality duty 2) Race equality duty 3) Disability equality duty

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A presentation and poster explaining what inclusion is/should be in the classroom or school environment. This is full of simplified statements and could be expanded upon for awareness or staff training purposes.

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#wordsofwisdom from a groundbreaking young leader for women's rights, Madison Kimrey...can't wait to see where this young woman ends up!

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from POPSUGAR Celebrity UK

Did LGBT Students Attend Hogwarts? J.K. Rowling's Answer Is Heartwarming

O que aprendemos com Harry Potter

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