Be careful out there

Many organisations are now changing.  With all of this re-structuring and re-organisation, have there been too many cut backs that leave companies vulnerable? If you are in charge of an organisation, it may be worth looking at some of the Case Studies on the International Compliance Association web site. Compliance is not witchcraft, so don’tContinue reading “Be careful out there”

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Education – Dr. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson

Education Elizabeth Garrett Anderson   9 June 1836 – 17 December 1917 Dr. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, LSA, MD, was an English physician and feminist, the first woman to gain a medical qualification in Britain. Elizabeth was the daughter of Newson Garrett, of Aldeburgh, Suffolk, where she was born in 1836. Elizabeth was educated at home andContinue reading “Education – Dr. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson”

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Education – Emily Davies

Education In the nineteenth-century, Emily Davies was a pioneering campaigner for women’s rights to university access Emily, together with Barbara Bodichon, led the founding of Britain’s first women’s college, Girton College at Hitchin, Hertfordshire.  Emily Davies 22 April 1830 – 13 July 1921 Emily Davies was an English feminist, suffragist and a pioneering campaigner forContinue reading “Education – Emily Davies”

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Education – Mary Wollstonecraft – Update Link to Roberta’s blog

Education Despite the clear successes of the pioneers of the Arts and Computing Technology at one time in the history of Planet Earth, it would have been unthinkable for a women to become involved in activities that were not defined in terms of home, family, husband and children. There are many issues and debates surroundingContinue reading “Education – Mary Wollstonecraft – Update Link to Roberta’s blog”

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