Fearless Futures supporting TeachFirst teachers #TFSI2017

During the TeachFirst Summer Institute, we ran a powerful workshop for new teachers, supporting them with skills to embed equalities intentionally into their practice. We have started teacher training this summer term more widely too. In the wake of recent social and political change, we have seen the increasing normalisation and heightening of xenophobic, misogynistic, […]

Join us: The Gender Assembly conference – November 8th, London #TGA17

We have partnered with Plan International UK, bringing together on 8th November 2017 a vibrant and energised community working proactively to address gender inequality in education at The Gender Assembly conference in London. You can purchase tickets here. We’ll be exploring how gender informs and impacts school issues involving student behaviour, attainment, well-being, (post-school) destinations, relationships and […]

Hiring Manchester Trailblazers!

Who are Fearless Futures? Fearless Futures engages people in critical thought to understand and challenge the root causes of inequalities and grow powerful new ways of leading transformative change. Our participative and experiential programmes develop a range of capabilities and knowledge in young women, including: Courage Critical thinking Meta-cognition Self esteem Understanding of power and privilege […]

Hiring Trailblazers!

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 8PM ON 16TH JULY! Who are Fearless Futures? Fearless Futures engages people in critical thought to understand and challenge the root causes of inequalities and grow powerful new ways of leading transformative change. Our participative and experiential programmes develop a range of capabilities and knowledge in young women, including: Courage Critical thinking Meta-cognition […]

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Fawcett Society, Spirit of Women 2012 and FF team up!

The fact is that twice as many young women are NEET as young men. And they are NEET for longer. This is despite girls, on average, doing better in school. We are really excited to let you know that Fearless Futures has been awarded funding by the Fawcett Society and Spirit of Women 2012 to subsidise […]

We’re hiring a Programmes Manager!

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 24th March! Salary £30,000 – 32,000 per annum depending on experience | Location Central London | Role Type fixed-term contract, until end of February 2018 | Application deadline 5pm, 24th March | Interview dates 29th March | Start date Early May We’re looking for a dedicated, meticulous and flexible Programmes Manager with experience of programme/project management to […]

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The gender pay gap in the UK is 19.1% Women are underrepresented in the media 46% of global media reinforces gender stereotypes, while only 6% challenges them 103,000 more women than men aged 16–24 are not in education, employment or training Men are twice as likely to earn over £50,000 as women     70% […]

#SpiritofWomen – amazing response to our workshop

Really thrilled to have such a powerful response to our workshop at Fawcett Society’s #SpiritofWomen conference in Manchester and London. It was a workshop exploring how privilege manifests and the invisibiliation of women of colour in particular. This is a small selection of feedback we received in the Twittersphere! Thanks to Sara, Carmen and Aliyah […]

Trailblazers wanted!

Trailblazer (Fearless Futures School Trainer) Role Description Who are Fearless Futures? Fearless Futures equips young women with tools to understand and challenge gender and interconnected inequalities and to grow powerful new leadership for transformative change. We support and train these young women to lead workshops with the same aim for groups of younger girls in […]

Sexual harassment in schools: a guide for teachers in the Guardian

We have written this for the @GuardianTeach website to support teachers and school leaders ensure their practice is the best it can be for all young people. It comes in light of the Women and Equalities Committee’s report and recommendations into the scale of sexual harassment and violence in schools. You can read it here.