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The Disability Collection

Source: D&AD

People with disabilities form about 20% of the population but are shown in <2% of the images we see, and these are far from real. Verizon Media, Getty Images and the National Disability Leadership Alliance have partnered to create The Disability Collection, a collection of stock images that break stereotypes and show people with disabilities in everyday life. Empowering the industry to get real about disability representation with stock photos that can be licensed and used by anyone in the world.

Project Body Hair

Source: D&AD

Project Body Hair is a celebration of female body hair. Women’s razor brands don't often acknowledge female body hair. Ads show women "shaving" smooth, airbrushed legs. Everyone has short stubble or long strands. What you do with your hair is up to you. By reminding women that shaving is a choice we received 3.3+ billion earned media impressions across 23 countries, 21+ million views & over 1.3 million shares & comments. 

Ayrshire Aces

Source: Aces Ayrshire

Local people, staff and students interested in supporting the wellbeing of young people in education through a trauma informed approach.

Back To School Toolkit

Source: Salvesen Mindroom Centre

Salvesen Mindroom Centre is a Scottish charity dedicated to supporting, informing and empowering all those living with learning difficulties. When we began our charitable work in 2000, we identified that there are at least five children with some form of learning difficulty in every school class in Scotland and across the UK.

Most Likely to Succeed – Discussion Guide

Source: Most Likely to Succeed

Most Likely To Succeed is a thought-provoking documentary feature film that reveals the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today’s innovative world. The film explores compelling new approaches that aim to revolutionize education as we know it, inspiring school communities to reimagine what students and teachers are capable of doing.

GTC Scotland Resources – Equality and Diversity

Source: GTC Scotland website

The resources available in this Hub are to support teacher professionalism and professional learning and are not learning and teaching resources for the classroom.