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What Have We Been Up To?
Update - 20.04.2018
Well, where to start? Maybe it's best to just give a list!
Since Christmas we have:
Quite a list eh?
In terms of what's to come this summer, there's too much to list, but the two most important things for you to know ar:
Phew! It's hard to keep up!
All over the place! - 22/11/2017
It's been a far and wide sort of few days for TIGER. On 18th November there was standing room only for our workshop at the 'Girls to the Front' conference in London for the Feminism in Schools Network. Then on 21st November, Nat and Alex set a new TIGER distance record by going to Tavistock College for a workshop on Toxic Masculinity with a select group of boys there! Maybe we should change our name from TIGER Bristol to TIGER UK?
New Blog: 'Long Overdue Update' - 29/10/17
Sorry it's been so long! Check out what we've been up to recently.
New Blog: 'TIGER Film Awards 2017!' - 23/04/17
See this year's winners! Read on to find out!
Clifton College blog - 20/03/17
Check out this new blog co-written by year 10 students, about our recent assembly at Clifton College. Thanks to Dana Chirila and to the students, Ally and Elly.
New Blog: 'Fashion Police' - 20/02/17
What do skirts have to do with psychic powers? Read on to find out!
New Blog: 'A Yes or No Question' - 13/02/17
This week we demystify consent.
New Blog: 'Stereotypes and Contradictions' - 06/02/17
This week, we look at how we know stereotypes are wrong.
New Blog: 'Never Give Up, Never Surrender!' - 30/01/17
This week we tackle the idea that girls aren't as talented as boys.
New Blog: 'In Other News' - 23/01/17
We're back with this week's blog post. A message of support for anyone who's getting weighed down by bad news.
Announcing the TIGER Blog! - 16/01/17
We're excited to launch today the new Blog feature of our web site! Complementing the successful cornerstone of our workshops, the blog forms part of our push to take the conversation on gender and equality beyond the classroom. It will feature regular news and discussion points relevant to all comers, which we hope will engage the wider online community in the ongoing dialogue about issues of identity in the coming year, backed up by a drive toward hearing from our audience through Twitter and Facebook. Posts will appear weekly, and our inaugural post - a look back at 2016 - is available now.