I was back at the London School of Economics this year, this time in the Institute for Inequality to work with this year’s cohort of the Atlantic Fellows. If you don’t know this programme already then you should. It’s brilliant. It brings social sector ‘leaders’ (I personally find this work uncomfortable, even after doing the Clore Social Leadership programme, but there you go!) from across the world – almost every continent is represented and they take part in a year long programme to build knowledge of social inequality and how it impacts their work. The first two days I watched, listened and asked lots of questions of Bev Skeggs talking…
It was great to be back at the London School of Economics and Politics again running a day-long workshop for Masters students on Gender Budgeting for Change and Campaigning for Change. They are such a fantastic group of people to work with – challenging and enthusiastic, my favourite type of participant!