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Where are all of the women on public service boards ?

More women on company boards, but what about the public sector?

Jacqueline Baxter, The Open University

There are now no all-male boards in FTSE 100 companies, marking a watershed in women’s representation, according to the launch of the… 820 more words

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Studying for a degree with the Open Univeristy.

As some of you may know, I am a stay at home mom, and a student as well as newbie blogger. But before I became a stay at home mom, I worked as a care worker with various companies looking after the elderly. 285 more words

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Article for The Open University Student Magazine.


It was my pleasure recently to bring together six talented authors who had all studied modules or degrees with The Open University. They talked about how the particular courses they had undertaken had then helped them when writing their own novels. 32 more words

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By extending the remit of PCCs, the government is playing with fire

By extending the remit of PCCs, the government is playing with fire

Jacqueline Baxter, The Open University

The UK government has proposed to extend the remit of Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) to cover other emergency services, including fire and rescue. 975 more words

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SUNDAY #33 - Graduation

I would’ve published this earlier, but I was helping my Dad manoeuvre my new shelves upstairs to my bedroom. Top Tip: you’re not a proper Literature graduate until you’ve got a stunning set of bookshelves. 516 more words

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