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The survey data showed statistically significant
increases in 6 areas: emotionally well; strong self-
belief; essential skills; Science, Technology,
Engineering and Maths (STEM) type outcomes,
such as problem solving skills and critical
thinking; and positive relationships.
In a society with many inequalities, gender, economic and educational privilege, more often than not, result in some of the most important voices and perspectives going unheard.
What these young women have to say feels, to me, much more powerful than most of what is given a platform in mainstream media.
Over 100 female youth workers and over 3000 young women have been involved in the Red:GLOW project activities across Europe and their learning is reflected in this report. Quotes used in the text are from interviews and names have been changed to protect identities.
This report builds on research undertaken by young women. To make this possible, they received support in building their skills in desk-based research and analysis, and interviewing, as well as insights into policy-making.
The added value of the report are the insights, best practice, reflections and case studies.
Refugee Week: Resilient is as resilient goes
What makes Brixton so special: the power and conviction of its people
Refugee Week: Celebrating Resilience, Diversity and Unity
Girls to The Front! The Youth Centre Endowing its Members With Newfound Confidence
Women tell shocking stories of the harsh reality of surviving as a woman in the city. Hear the experiences of gender columnist Emmie Harrison-West, Ukranian Refuge Elena Sophya Hryshchenko, the woman of Baytree and many others as they discuss everything from rogue landlords and council gatekeeping to being so fearful the only remaining option was to escape
Why scarcity can damage decision making.
Listen to our Development Director Carmen Gonzalez explaining how our Social Mobility Coaching Programme supports women from 9:39 minutes.
Feeling confident to learn: creating education spaces where women feel welcome
BBC London news on the Into School programme at Baytree
Summary of Emerging Findings Interviews
Emerging Findings REPORT
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