By women who work across the breadth of the higher education sector
By Rosie Russell
Over the last few years I have become aware of a group of people in my life that are more than just friends, colleagues or acquaintances. A group of people that I had not thought about or paid any attention to.
They are a group of people who embody what we are trying to achieve with equality, diversity and inclusion initiatives. They walk the talk and make a difference...
Interview with Srabani Sen OBE by Clare Hewitt
Tell us about yourself and what inspired you to set up Full Colour.
Over 30 years of my career has been in the not for profit. My professional background is campaigning and strategic communication. Through that route I rose up through the ranks and became successively the CEO of three organizations. Firstly Alcohol Concern (now Alcohol Change...
How I see myself versus how others see me – Is it all about labels we receive or give, coming to know who we are or are supposed to be, or is it more about leveraging these labels to fight back against stereotypes?
By Dr Susi Poli
In a short survey run in recent months, we asked WHEN members to have a say on the common practice of labelling others at first sight, in the workplace and...