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The Decent Work for Women education resources explore the inequalities faced by women in work globally and in Wales, following a learn-think-act approach to creating change. This resource also supports the Global Citizenship component of the Welsh Baccalaureate Skills Challenge Certificate KS4 National/Foundation.

Learners will use statistics, an infographic based on research in Wales, undertaken by Cardiff Metropolitan University, and a range of case studies from Wales and around the world to learn about the inequalities that women face in accessing decent work in Wales and globally. Learners will also take a participatory approach using global citizenship methodologies to develop critical thinking skills which will lead to an investigation of the issue of women's unequal access to work, a written personal standpoint and  the creation of a campaign to raise awareness. 

Mae’r adnoddau Gwaith Boddhaol i Fenywod yn archwilio’r anghydraddoldebau y mae menywod yn eu hwynebu mewn gwaith ledled y byd ac yng Nghymru, gan ddilyn dull dysgu-meddwl-gweithredu i greu newid. Mae’r adnodd hwn hefyd yn cefnogi elfen Dinasyddiaeth Fyd-eang Tystysgrif Sylfaen/CA4 Her Sgiliau Bagloriaeth Cymru. Bydd y dysgwyr yn defnyddio ystadegau, ffeithlun yn seiliedig ar waith ymchwil yng Nghymru a wnaed gan Brifysgol Metropolitan Caerdydd, ynghyd ag amrywiaeth o astudiaethau achos o Gymru ac o amgylch y byd, i ddysgu am yr anghydraddoldebau y mae menywod yn eu hwynebu yng Nghymru ac yn fyd-eang wrth geisio cael gwaith boddhaol. Bydd y dysgwyr hefyd yn ymgymryd â dull cyfranogol, gan ddefnyddio methodolegau dinasyddiaeth fyd-eang i ddatblygu sgiliau meddwl beirniadol a fydd yn arwain at ymchwilio i’r mater o fynediad anghyfartal i fenywod at waith, llunio safbwynt personol ysgrifenedig, a chreu ymgyrch i feithrin. 

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