Steve Holmes: Two great Christian resources for International Women's Day
A blog from Project 3:28 Ambassador and theologian Steve Holmes about the Project 3:28 database. CLICK HERE to read it.
Baptist Times: Women Speaker Database Launched
The Baptist Times have written an article about the Project 3:28 database. You can read it by CLICKING HERE.
Bex Lewis #IWD Blog
As Project 3:28 launch our database, Bex Lewis writes about her experiences of it. You can read it by CLICKING HERE.
Church Times: Women Speakers on the rise at Christian conferences and festivals
Church Times article on the Project 3:28 2018 Report. You can read it by CLICKING HERE.
Christian Today: UK's Christian gatherings still heavily male dominated, new study finds
Christian Today article on the Project 3:28 2018 Report. You can read it by CLICKING HERE.
Event Statistics 2017
Report on the number of male and female speakers at Christian events in 2017. You can read the report HERE.
Dr Bex Lewis on UCB Radio
Bex Lewis included mention of our work and the database we are developing on her UCB round up of digital media in review. You can listen HERE.
Church Times: Why Women Clergy Lead So Few Large Churches
Article from the Church Times about Church of England research on the lack of women leading large churches. Read it HERE.
Miles To Go Before Parity...
THIS article is from blogger Liz Clutterbuck on the 2016 event statistics from Project.
Christian Today Article
Christian Today have covered the release of the Project 3:28 Event Statistics. Read the article HERE.
Event Statistics 2016
Report on the number of male and female speakers at Christian events in 2016. You can read the report HERE.
How Well Are Women Represented At Your Events?
An article about representation at events and the Gender Avenger pledage. Read it HERE.
On Male Privilege and Networks
A blog from a male event organiser about his journey to ensuring equal representation on the platform. You can read it HERE.
Blog from David Bunce
A blog from David Bunce and the 2015 gender statistics blog. You can read it HERE.
Three Years of Project 3:28
A blog from Hannah Mudge reflecting on three years of working with Project 3:28. You can read her blog HERE.
Blog for Premier
A blog we've written for Premier Christianity about the 2015 Report on gender balance on Christian platforms. You can read it HERE.
The Annual Balance Sheet
A blog from Jem Bloomfield about the Gender Statistics for 2015. You can read it HERE.
Conference Statistics 2015
Report on the number of male and female speakers at Christian events in 2015. You can read the report HERE.
Gender Avenger Pledge
A resource challenging organisations and individuals to no longer accept all male panels. You can find out more here: www.genderavenger.com
In Her Sight
This resource enables employees to assess how good their employer are at supporting women employees. It's anonymous and only takes three minutes. You can find out more here: www.inhersight.com
UCB Interview with Vicky Walker
Project 3:28 collective member Vicky Walker speaks with UCB's Victoria Gibbens about our work. You can find out more about UCB here: www.ucb.co.uk
"Stop Blaming Women for Holding Themselves Back
Article on the reasons women don't gain the same opportunities on me.
"What We Talk About When We Talk About Gender Disparity on the Platform"
Activist and Project 3:28 collective member Natalie Collins writes about the 2014 statistics.
"'You can't be what you can't see - or Why Gender Parity at Conferences Matters
Blogger and Project 3:28 collective member Hannah Mudge writing about the 2014 statistics.
"Why Listen to Women Speakers?"
Writer, speaker and Project 3:28 collective member Vicky Walker responds to conversations about the 2014 statistics.
"On Reception of..."
Blog from theologian and Project 3:28 collective member Steve Holmes about the 2014 statistics.
Collection of tweets from announcing the statistics for UK Christians events in 2014.
Conference Statistics 2014
Report on the gender balance of speakers at UK Christian Conference across 2014. Please note that Big Church Day was included in the report in error. Big Church Day Out is a music event without a speaking programme and as such should not have been included.
Article: Women choose shorter conference slots
Article from Times Higher Education detailing a report which has found female scholars opting for short talks over long ones, even at a gender-balanced events.
Gender Justice Document
After the statistics were released in 2013, Spark worked to produce a document that articulated a response to gender in justice in the UK church that went beyond ratios as the only conversation. You can read that document here. [Document updated]
To read the statistics that were released last year for male and female speakers on the national Christian platform, click here.
Project 3:28 website is live!!
We are live! After lots of work, meetings, discussions and plans our website is now live! Have a look around the site and feel free to get back to us with you feedback and ideas!