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 […]
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 […]
Investing for Good is Investing for Resilience — Caroline Farberger on Sustainable Investing and Building Better Business
25 years of experience in the financial industry is one reason to take Caroline Farberger’s advice when it comes to investment. Add to that her hand in the development of ICA Insurance from 0 – SEK 800 million in 6 years as CEO, while simultaneously taking an enormous personal and professional risk by coming out as […]
Har du sett filmen om Bridget Jones der hun setter utfor en skibakke i Alpene – uten en gang å kunne ploge seg ned bakken? Som etter en hasardiøs ferd, dundrer rett inn på et apotek med skiene på bena og forsøker å forklare hva hun skal ha – på et språk hun ikke skjønner? […]
Start with the kids! In my daily work, I see gender patterns and bias related to security, ethics, privacy or simply how technology functions. To overcome these challenges, one measure is to teach the kids to code—the rest of us need to learn the true meaning of diversity. At the non-profit organization Lær Kidsa Koding […]
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.