Our Rhythm is Our Cycle
Why cycle-oriented living and working can help us stay in the flow.
The Hidden Cost of Structural Barriers
Mary Ivić and Sarah Khayati talk about their personal experience of navigating structural barriers and the mechanisms they deployed in order to cope.
Dear Social Impact Sector: I'm Tired!
What is it like being a single Black mother in the social impact sector? Aileen Puhlmann shares her journey with us.
Who Are the Women?
Women are everywhere – yet why does it seem that their hypervisibility is an act of performance?
Queen of the Month: Menstrual Health Hub
More than half the world's people bleed once a month and yet menstruation remains a taboo subject. Our Queen's of the Month – the team from Menstrual Health Hub – want to change this and advocate for menstrual hygiene.
Queen of the Month: FairForce
February's crown goes to FairForce, a consulting business that helps companies embrace strategies for diversity, inclusion and belonging.
Queen of the Month: Driller Queens
The makers of the app "Queen of the Neighborhood" and tbd* have joined forces to present you the "Queen of the Month".
We Need More Women Leaders in Civil Society
"FAIR SHARE of Women Leaders" collected data for the first time on women`s representation in CSO leadership and asked organisations to commit to achieve fair representation by 2030.
70% Of the World’s Poorest People are Women
Empow'Her wants to change that fact and needs your help, answering their survey about social entrepreneurs in Europe.
Women Will Not Be Silent
In times like these it's important that women are refusing to be intimidated into silence and submission.