Susie Heywood, Co-founder, Gender Friendly Scotland spoke at our event, 'Helping Boys to be Allies - to change the culture where men's violence isn't tolerated' in May 21. Following the event, Susie wrote a blog particularly on her presentation. To read the blog, follow this link - http://genderfriendly.co.uk/2021/06/03/stereotypes-in-childhood-gender-based-violence/
Sonshine magazine produce a quarterly magazine and host a podcast 'about raising boys for an equal world'. You can follow them on Instagram - @sonshinemagazine, Facebook - @sonshinemagazine and listen to Founders, Hayley and Kirstie on their podcast, 'The Sonshine Magazine Podcast'
Understanding Periods and Female Health
Deliciously Ella hosts a podcast on 'Delicious Ways to Feel Better'. Her guest, Maisie Hill talks about the importance of understanding your cycle and all the stages women go through from the very first period through pre-menopause (all of our reproductive years), peri-menopause, menopause and post-menopause, and most importantly why having knowledge early on can make all the difference to how we feel later on. We talk contraception, hormones, fluctuations in mood, fertility awareness, tracking our cycle, the impact of stress and how what we eat can affect our periods. Books: Period Power, Peri-menopausal Power, Read your body, Taking Charge of Your Fertility, The Fifth Vital Sign See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/delicious-ways-to-feel-better/id1428704212?i=1000514023796
Talking to children and young people about race
Dr Rangan Chatterjee talks to Dr Pragya Agarwal on the vital topic of how we talk about race to children and young people. Dr Agarwal has written a book giving great tips on how to raise this subject and talk to children in our care. As Dr Chatterjee says "I think many people want to get involved in the conversation around race and discrimination but can sometimes feel fearful and scared of saying the wrong thing". This is an excellent resource to help start and/or continue conversations on this subject to help diminish prejudices.
Dr Agarwal mentions research by The Pediatrics Association demonstrating that it is not only the victims of racism that suffer from huge effects on their mental and physical being but also bystanders and those who witness the acts. The conversation on race is important for all children (and adults). From a young age, we need to educate and support our children to become allies, equipping them with the ability to support children more likely to face racism.
Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/feel-better-live-more-with-dr-rangan-chatterjee/id1333552422?i=1000513338757
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