Delighted to be back working for Stir to Action as part of their New Economy Programme running a workshop on intersectional economics, this time in Oxford. The process of developing and running these workshops has been such a journey for me. As a life long gender equality advocate, I have been slow to take a truly intersectional lens to my change making. But it is increasingly clear that it is no longer enough, or indeed may be counterproductive to start thinking about change from the perspective of just one characteristic like gender. It is now part of my ongoing journey to think about way that we can make change from…
I am absolutely thrilled to be named one of two Gender Equality Fellows for the Clore Social Leadership programme. The programme, develops people working in the social sector – charities and enterprises to become better leaders. It was established by the Clore Duffield Foundation to improve leadership in the not-for-profit sector. This year’s intake includes new specialist fellowships in the fields of gender equality, youth social justice and migrant communities. We will go through a 12-month personalised programme that will include residential courses, coaching and mentoring, and a secondment.