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Podcasts

 Caroline Casey, founder of The Valuable 500 campaign
We talk to Caroline Casey, founder of The Valuable 500 campaign, about the need for disability role models in business. Inclusive business campaigner, social entrepreneur and self-confessed ‘...
techUK president Jacqueline de Rojas
As President of techUK, Jacqueline de Rojas heads up the organisation that represents the digital companies and technologies that are shaping our lives - and will continue to increasingly define the...
Podcast: The messiness of diversity with Leonid Sudakov, President of Kinship at Mars
“Diversity is messy: it is not easy or comfortable, because it’s built on difference. It’s built on accepting that your way is not the only way”.
Glory days
We talk to author and activist, Ashton Applewhite, about how later life can be full of power and liberation if we choose to claim it.
Poppy Jaman on changing the conversation around mental health in the workplace
One in six people will experience poor mental health in the workplace – ranging from stress and anxiety to depression and bipolar disorder.
Men of quality respects Womens equality
“Our challenge is explaining to people that men have been part of the problem – they now need to be part of the solution” – everywoman award winner Russ Shaw talks diversity in the tech space for IWD 2019.
Podcast - The Third Age: Rethinking the Menopause
The menopause is one of the last taboos in society and for many women. It’s a time when our bodies and minds can undergo profound natural changes - but why don’t we talk about it more with each other...
podcast Darrell Pacini Fiona Arrigo
Gender parity is a journey that requires both men and women to step up, both personally and professionally and remake the world.
nap
Sleep can affect every aspect of our wellbeing, from concentration to resilience. A lack of it may even contribute to burnout.
dads babysit david freed podcast
In his new book Dads Don’t Babysit, author David Freed considers everything from parental leave to the pay gap to ask why fathers are sometimes unwilling, but more often unable to share the pleasures