At Bold Voices we provide stimulating, thought-provoking talks and workshops for pupils to explore and understand how gender intersects across the world.

It is vital that our future leaders are made aware of how gender intersects with every element of people's lives. Young people today must be given the tools and the courage to identify inequality and speak out against it.

In a school context, gendered issues can either be dealt with as general studies or can be integrated into subject syllabi. Bold Voices delivers workshops of both types which will enable students to have a better understanding of inequality issues and the analytical tools to tackle systematic inequalities.

our vision

A world of equality.

We have a vision for a world in which equality no longer has to be fought for.

Our Mission

To bring empowered education for equality to a new generation of young people in order to equip them with the passion and the skills to challenge inequality.


Natasha spoke to our U6th students about Consent, Sexual Assault and Rape Culture at University. She was engaging from the word go and it was hard hitting in a way that got them thinking rather than worrying – a great skill to have. She had them listening intently to her stats, myths and journey. Natasha was up to date,  relevant and brought all the information to their level which was pitched perfectly. She is a must on anyone’s PSE Programme.
— Sue Bruce, Head of PSE, Fettes College, Edinburgh

gender equality Talks

Shown below are the key workshops and talks that we deliver. However please get in touch if there is a specific topic or area of focus you would like your pupils to hear about. We are able to tailor talks & workshops for individual needs.


Bold Voices ran a workshop at Prior Park for twenty Sixth Form students and this proved to be an excellent experience. The workshop gave the students a range of new information on equality and, crucially, allowed them to explore this information and examine how they could promote greater quality within their own community. Following the workshop the students have felt empowered to deliver a school assembly on what they learnt and how Prior Park can do more to encourage equality.
— Simon Cane-Hardy, Deputy Head Pastoral, Prior Park College

gender equality workshops

Capacity: Up to 20 students
Target Audience: Years 12 and 13
Suggested Timetable Period: 2 hours (can be tailored)
Price: On enquiry

If you are a corporate organisation and require a speaker or workshop facilitator on gender equality please get in touch. We would love to hear from you and are keen to collaborate with all.