London, 8th March 2022
Over 50 Publishers Collaborate On Freely-Accessible Digital Resource Page In Support Of International Women's Day
Over 50 magazine publishers have participated in a brand new, freely-accessible digital resource page on the Exact Editions platform, which features over 200 fully-searchable articles about feminism and gender equality.
Created in support of International Women’s Day 2022, the rich collection of articles features contributions from such prestigious titles as The Times Literary Supplement, New Statesman & Dazed. Growing with brand new content each month, the online resource page can be accessed indefinitely by individuals and educational institutions alike.
The selected articles are organised into 8 key subject areas; ‘Modern Activism & Education’, ‘History of Feminism’, ‘Women of the Arts’, ‘Women in STEM’, ‘Women in Business’, ‘Women in Sport’, ‘Women & Environmentalism’ and ‘LBGTQ+ Community’. The content spans a wealth of topics, from famous trailblazers in science and the arts to the history of the suffragette movement and modern feminist activism and education.
Access the Feminism & Gender Equality Resource Page here:
Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions, said: “We are very proud to have created and distributed such a wide-reaching resource that highlights not only the progress that feminism has made so far, but also how far we still have to go to reach gender equality around the world.”
John Barnett, Marketing Manager at Mark Allen Group, commented: ”Feminism and gender equality are very important subjects and this freely-accessible page means individuals and institutions around the world can easily deepen their knowledge and understanding. We are looking forward to adding more content from Mark Allen titles in the future.”
Connor Godfrey, Digital Marketing Executive at Future, commented: “We have very much been looking forward to the launch of the Feminism and Gender Equality page, and are delighted that content from some of Future's titles can form part of this important educational resource.”