Here are a selection from the last two weeks (in no particular order) and thanks to those that sent them through:
The Guardian: Neither breadwinners nor losers - what role do young men play next? (Ally Fogg) Ally's article makes a number of key cornerstone points - first about men being ignored by social policymakers and also the example on ESF funding. The only issue I take with Ally is he is reluctant to really name the guilty parties who are deliberately ignoring men and carrying out these discriminatory policies. I may well be unfair here as he does mention ESF, but who are the politicians responsible for this policy - list the guilty men and women. He has a new blog.
HR Magazine: Businesses hold dads back when it comes to family (David Woods)
The Guardian: These Tory women are narcissists, not feminists (Tanya Gold) If you read the comments sections, it shows these men-haters are bing challenged.
Equalities and Human Rights Commission: Reading Lists published - The EHRC is now making it even easier to find the texts they love - I have seen the JR Schackleton pamphlet on gender pay is on it though!
Equalities and Human Rights Commission: Staff reduction announced
Daily Telegraph: Girls outperforming boys in masuline subjects (Graeme Paton)
Men's Network - Funding for male cancer
Please let me if I have missed any?
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