This week’s newsletter is a repost of an article written by Astrid Rønning Skaugseth. She writes about the importance of not just talking about making a change, but learning actionable practices that immediately can be utilised to promote social equity! From Words to Action – Equity In Practice We have come a long way with regard […]
There Must Be a Willingness To Change— an Interview with Salamatu Kamara about Disability Inequality in the Workplace
Salamatu Kamara, television personality, social justice activist, and all-round firebrand, will be taking the stage at SHE 2023 this April, to offer her valuable insights into the processes behind realistically achieving equity and equality in society today. But, as April is still some months away, we thought we would benefit from hearing some of […]
This week’s newsletter is of a much more personal nature than usual, but is also a continuation of our work to showcase the importance of neurodiverse inclusion. A big part of viewing progress through the lens of social equity is recognising how inclusion is a constant process that requires action and accountability. Our team member Terry-Jo […]
In this week’s newsletter, our lens is turned to the ways in which we can develop effective sustainable business practices – and how we often fall short in our attempts. What are some of the major obstacles to new businesses becoming sustainable, and how do we overcome them? What can we do to prevent undertaking […]
Bias and discrimination are something that many of us have to constantly face due to factors such as gender or ethnicity. A characteristic that has the potential to affect almost all employees during their careers is age. Age discrimination is commonly referred to as ageism, and it can take many different forms through our lives. Ageism encompasses […]
SHE Conference has become one of the world’s leading events focused on social responsibility and sustainability, diversity, inclusion, and innovation. But we don’t just talk about the importance of making a change. We empower people to act!
A 14-year-old girl having her period asked it at one of our girls’ intimate sessions I hosted during my one-year service in a remote village of Eastern Nigeria.
SHE Leads deltaker Helene Facchini har sagt opp jobben sin etter SHE Leads mentor programmet for å starte for seg selv. I denne artikkelen skal Helene fortelle om sin gründer reise og hennes ny start-up Smudfood.
I ukens podcast snakker Victoria Wæthing med Benedicte Fjellanger fra Sopra Steria. Fjellanger forteller om hvordan det er å jobbe å et selskap som i flere år har blitt kåret til Norges beste arbeidsplass, om intern lederkultur og om team work. Benedicte er den første deltakeren fra SHE Leads som gjester podcasten. Hun deler sine […]