Girls in Focus

Gender stereotypes limit potential and cause harm

Fawcett Society report calls for changes in education, parenting and the commercial sector

PINS Webinars: Getting it Right for Girls

Booking open for 2 events February/March 2021.

PINS webinars

Girls in Scotland 2020

New research from Girl Guides Scotland

How is Covid-19 affecting girls and young women?

An international perspective

Girls just need to have fun

Sue Palmer blogs on girls, love and play. “Little girls, just like their brothers, really do need to have fun”.

Improving gender balance and equalities 3-18

Resources for every educator in every education setting.

Free period products scheme a success

Young Scot research shows two-thirds (65%) of young women and girls received free period products from their school, college or university in the past year.

The gender gap in Scotland’s schools

A product of the sexism ingrained within our system?

Online support for Autistic Women and Girls

Scottish Autism have engaged with the autism community and the expertise of professionals to develop videos and other support materials.

The everyday sexism project

The project catalogues instances of sexism – serious, minor, offensive, niggling or normalised, and often so day-to-day that challenging them is difficult.

FGM Aware

Resources and information to help tackle FGM in Scotland.