"An Inclusive Workplace Is One Where Nobody Is Hiding Any Aspects of Themselves."
Interview with Susan Allen, Director, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Open Society Foundations.
How Might Your Work Be Disabling People?
Sarah Napoli shares some of her best practices, learnings, and advice for those embarking on a journey of unlearning within their own organizations.
Four Ways We Can Work Towards Creating Inclusive Workspaces
As organizations contemplate how to return to the office, Sarah Napoli from the Open Society Foundations encourages us all to think how much more accessible workspaces can be for people with disabilities.
Youth: An Untapped Resource
Why young people hold the solutions to our greatest global challenges.
10 Hypotheses on (Anti-)Racism, Feminism and Belonging in the Sustainability and Social Impact Sector
We have spent some time reflecting on what we need to change and improve in our own organisation and how we can change the systems and sector around us.
How to Transform the Education System?
John Gilmour - south african activist and founder of the LEAP School - teaches his students how to fight inequality.
Fighting Anti-Roma Hate, One Story at a Time
How Human Rights Initiatives fight to overcome prejudices and discrimination against Roma living in the Ukraine by building "a sense of community".
What Europe’s Roma Know About Defeating the Politics of Supremacy
Let's take a moment to look more deeply and carefully at the role of cultural identities and self-determination.
When Roma Lead the Way to Prosperity
The people of Lom, a small town in Bulgaria, share THEIR success stories about how to overcome segregation and give an example of lived equality.
Bags Made from Refugee Boats - A Story of Hope
After helping on the ground, these two entrepreneurs felt the urge to continue doing good and founded Mimycri. Not only for the people, but also for the environment.