Elda Moreno is a Human Rights lawyer with an expertise in children’s rights, gender equality, environmental law and sport policies.
While we cannot turn our gaze away from suffering in the world, we cannot let it prevail. Perhaps our role is to focus on beauty.
by Enakshi Ganguly.
Violence, conflict, political and humanitarian crises have displaced 82.4 million people from their homes. Around the world – from Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Myanmar – women’s human rights defenders…
“We are asked to love or to hate such and such a country and such and such a people. But some of us feel too strongly our common humanity to make such a choice.”
— Albert Camus
Jennifer Uchendu is an ecofeminist and sustainable development advocate based in Lagos, Nigeria. Jennifer’s interests lie at the intersections of youth, women and climate action. She is the founder of SustyVibes, a youth-led organisation making sustainability actionable and relatable to young people.
If thinking precedes action, it’s never more vital to examine how we think than in times of crisis, division, and fear. Despite the lessons of the past and our ever expanding access to information, we seem unable to move beyond binary ways of thinking.
Guest Post by Helene Wolf.
Three years ago, I set out on my journey to challenge our long standing system of power and leadership culture by establishing FAIR SHARE of Women Leaders.
When constantly bombarded with bad news, we must allow ourselves to seek refuge from it all, lest the “negative seeds in us continue to grow,” Thich Nhat Hahn wrote.
Sven Stegemann is an organisational consultant, lecturer, social entrepreneur and philosopher. As an all-round theorist he has been involved in numerous projects, including as Co-Founder of the Open State Collective and the Refugee Open Cities.