In the year that women are marking the centenary of the Representation of the People Act 1918 and celebrating the Suffrage Movement, the second in our series of library guides focuses on the subject of Women and Gender. This guide pulls together resources on this subject that you can access through the NICS Library, all just one click away.
The links below will take you directly to the library catalogue record of this book. From here you can place a request to borrow it or you can email us directly with the author and title and we will send it out to you.
- Of women in the twenty-first century - Shami Chakrabarti
- Hearts and minds: the untold story of the Great Pilgrimage and how women won the vote - Jane Robinson
- Win win: when business works for women, it works for everyone - Joanne Lipman
- What the suffragists did next: how the fight for women's rights went on - Mavis Curtis
- The women who shaped politics: empowering stories of women who have shifted the political landscape - Sophy Ridge
- Inferior: how science got women wrong - and the new research that's rewriting the story - Angela Saini
- You play the girl: on playboy bunnies, princesses, trainwrecks and other man-made women - Carina Chocano
- Who cooked Adam Smith's dinner: a story about women and economics - Katrine Marcal
- Ms. Prime Minister: gender, media and leadership - Linda Trimble
- The fate of gender: nature, nurture and the human future - Frank Browning
- Testosterone rex: unmaking the myths of our gendered minds - Cordelia Fine
- Northern / Irish feminist judgements: judges' troubles and the gendered politics of identity - Mairead Enright
- Feminist fight club: an office survival manual - Jessica Bennett
- Man up: how do boys become better men? - Rebecca Asher
The links below will take you directly to the paper.
- The rise and rise of women's employment in the UK - Institute for Fiscal Studies
- The state of pay - demystifying the gender pay gap - Institute for Public Policy Research
Invisible women: APPG on sex equality - The Fawcett Society & Young Women's Trust
Idox Information Service
The Idox Information Service is the most complete and accessible public and social policy library in the UK and has a range of books, articles and reports on the subject of gender and women. You can register for Idox by following the link below, click on 'register here' and select 'Northern Ireland Civil Service - Library Services' as your organisation.
You will also find full text journal articles on this and many other subjects through the databases that the library subscribes to.
Please contact us for more information on any of these resources. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org