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Working towards greater gender equality

Gender equality in the workplace is an important topic – not only for current pupils at STAHS, but also for our wider School community.
11 Jan 2022
School News
Panellists Dr Cem Karakas and alumna Dr Ros Rivaz
Panellists Dr Cem Karakas and alumna Dr Ros Rivaz

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