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Baroness Tyler writes… Developing character and resilience in young people

The Social Mobility All Party Parliamentary Group have been working since 2011 to get an in-depth understanding of what it is that enables some people to get ahead in life whilst others fall behind and aren’t able make the most of their abilities and potential.

What became glaring to us through our report on “The Seven Key Truths of Social Mobility” published last year was the importance of so-called “soft skills”, an area all too often neglected in the social mobility debate. To shine a spotlight on this neglected area we held a Character and Resilience Summit yesterday in Admiralty House …

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  • User AvatarRuth Bright 4th Jul - 4:07pm
    jedibeeftrix - most women have babies so how is it separate from gender?! David - the "obsession" with gender in this organisation in particular is...
  • User AvatarAndrew 4th Jul - 3:19pm
    Phyllis, No, if "Lib Dem = untrustworthy" we would have no councillors left. The focus of all the opprobrium was very much Nick Clegg (and...
  • User AvatarDavid 4th Jul - 2:21pm
    @ Caron. Yes a female from a working class background will have a harder time than a male from the same background, a disabled person...
  • User AvatarSue S 4th Jul - 2:13pm
    I know that two or three swallows don't make a summer but by golly don't they give you hope! Thank you thank you thank you....
  • User Avatarjedibeeftrix 4th Jul - 1:51pm
    On the subject of sex discrimination: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/06/21/gender_pay_gap/
  • User Avatarjedibeeftrix 4th Jul - 1:41pm
    @ Ruth - "Until that woman has her second period of maternity leave and then her career tends towards toast!" That is a quite separate...
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