Violence Against Women podcast
In this special everywoman:Changemakers podcast episode we discuss the issue of male violence toward women with guests Tabitha Morton from the Women’s Equality Party, Ngozi Fulani and Rose Lewis from
Rita Clifton CBE
The classic advice for imposter syndrome sufferers is ‘fake it until you make it’, but this leader suggest a different approach... learning to love your imposter.
Lisa McAuley
The past 12 months have been somewhat of a masterclass in crisis management for business leaders, and none more so than for those in the travel industry - struggling to respond to limited global movem
Angela Salt OBE
Girlguiding has been a force for female empowerment since 1910, and today it is the leading charity in the UK dedicated to girls and women. But a world where the challenges and pressures faced by...
Reverend Joanna Jepson
In a year that has tested our resilience, can having faith improve your wellbeing and ability to cope?
Sophie Hannah
In our latest everywoman Book Club, we interrogate crime writer turned happiness guru Sophie Hannah on her latest title, and the key to true happiness...
Jerome Teelucksingh
International Men’s Day on the 19th November aims to celebrate the value men bring to the world, their families and communities, highlight role models and raise awareness of men’s wellbeing.
Judge Jasmine Twitty
In 2015, at the age of 25, Jasmine Twitty became the youngest ever judge to be appointed in the USA. Five years later, and now a senior judge in the state of South Carolina, her career has fast-tracke
Aradhana Lal
How a hotel chain is shaking up diversity by employing ‘Opportunity Deprived Indians’, including acid attack victims: “Progress is a question of ability, not disability.” — Lemon Tree Hotels’ Aradhana
Catherine Arnold
In this podcast episode Catherine Arnold discusses the drive for diversity and inclusion at Cambridge University and her role as the first female Master of St Edmund’s College.