Inspiring Inclusion?

In this week's podcast Leyla looks at the theme of inspiring inclusion for International Women's Day and how to change the current patriarchal systems. Continue Reading Inspiring Inclusion?

Welcome to the 236th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. It’s International Women’s History Month. So this month’s series is about bringing women away from the stereotypes and masks. Starting with busting the idea of inspiring inclusion with heart shaped hands.

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In today’s show on Inspiring Inclusion

  • About my TEDx Wolverhampton talk. [00:44]
  • One of the key challenges of advancing gender equality. [01:23]
  • Exploring the two themes for International Women’s Day. [01:50]
  • One thing we can do to shift patriarchal systems. [04:11] 
  • The need to amplify the voices of global feminist change-makers. [05:40]

Quotes on Inspiring Inclusion

  • We have to think systematically about change.
  • We need to go a lot deeper to shift patriarchal systems.
  • We have to tackle social injustice as a whole society.
  • Systemic change needs to address and improve social and cultural systems
  • We need to have these constant conversations about power.

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