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Annie: The most inspirational grandma I could have wished for

My grandma was one of the most inspirational people in my life. It’s still pretty weird for me to say “was”, because she only died seven weeks ago. Or maybe these things remain surreal forever? People’s memories of a loved … Continue reading

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Radio Heaven review: A motivational story to warm your heart and ignite your purpose

The power of stories is incredible, isn’t it? Reading life coach Dr. Sam Collins’ Radio Heaven, a collection of motivational tales taken from her own life, has reinforced my conviction that we are designed to take in valuable lessons this … Continue reading

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Where are the Average Josephines in TV advertising?

Guest article by Briony Rawle It seems to me that the new thing in TV advertising is to celebrate the ‘normal bloke’. Take a normal (or even a pretty ugly-looking) bloke and make him a hero. Centre the entire advert around … Continue reading

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Caroline Criado-Perez: Part one of an amazing conversation

I interviewed Caroline for the article International Women’s Day 2015: 10 ways to make equality happen. But she said so many interesting things that I didn’t want to deprive you of them (every word that comes out of her mouth … Continue reading

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Women on the G20 promise: Dr Sam Collins and her delegates at Aspire

A trip to Aspire’s Connected Leadership event to find out what women think of the G20’s plan When the G20 announced their recent intention to get 100 million more women into work by 2025, the news was accompanied by a picture … Continue reading

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Women on the G20 promise: Phoebe Rison, programme manager for Christian Aid’s work in the Middle East

As part of getting more women’s voices out there in response to the G20’s promise to get 100 million more women into work by 2025, I spoke to Phoebe Rison, programme manager for Christian Aid’s work in the Middle East.

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How acting turned me into a feminist

(..and keeps reminding me why I am one) A couple of months ago I realised that I’d seen three great shows in the space of a couple of weeks without a female actor in them: My Night With Reg, Neville’s … Continue reading

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