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Leadership for equality, by UNESCO & ACWW

Leadership for equality, by UNESCO & ACWW

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Leadership for Equality, the podcast by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW). 

In this podcast, leaders of all genders, ages and backgrounds join their voices to celebrate women’s leadership. We take stock of the major challenges still barring women's paths to leadership, and ask our guests to share stories and lessons learned to build new ways to lead the world. Join the conversation to reshape leadership as we know it, for gender equality. 

 


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Description

Leadership for Equality, the podcast by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW). 

In this podcast, leaders of all genders, ages and backgrounds join their voices to celebrate women’s leadership. We take stock of the major challenges still barring women's paths to leadership, and ask our guests to share stories and lessons learned to build new ways to lead the world. Join the conversation to reshape leadership as we know it, for gender equality. 

 


Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

4 episodes

  • Women for social change cover
    Women for social change cover
    Women for social change

    Meet powerful leaders Desirée Cormier Smith, US Special Representative for Racial Equity and Justice; Bushra Ahmed, Board member of the Lloyds Bank Foundation and CSW68 Delegate; and Agnes Siteya, Director at Beats for Beads and Massai Community leader. Join the conversation as we explore what drives and inspires them, and what obstacles they tackle every day. From the ethics of artificial intelligence and leveraging the power of sorority to the climate change-related challenges faced by women in the Mara, this episode is not to be missed!Subscribe and amplify the voices of women leaders.Created and developed by Garance Sarlat, Nick Newland, and Juliette Solesse,Produced and edited by Emmanuel Rudowski,Recorded at UNESCO Headquarters.Image @ Joana Baumg from Studio Brazil Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    36min | Published on June 18, 2024

  • Women Thought Leaders cover
    Women Thought Leaders cover
    Women Thought Leaders

    Guided by the Philosophy and Management of Social Transformations programmes of UNESCO, this new episode gives the floor to inspiring women thought leaders:  Nastassja Pugliese, Kathryn Sophia Belle, and Divya Dwivedi, to discuss how concepts of gender and leadership shape each other and how traditional understandings of leadership have overlooked and dismissed women's potential.  To empower women in and through philosophy, this episode sheds light on hidden figures of women in the history of thought leadership, those who deserve more recognition today, and calls for more women leading our world's critical thinking.Dust off your philosophy books and join the conversation to learn from women’s perspectives and foster change in thought leadership!Created and developed by Garance Sarlat and Nick Newland with the support of Emmanuel Rudowski, Camille Guinet and Juliette Solesse,Produced and edited by Nick Newland, Recorded at UNESCO Headquarters.Image ©Alquimia Wellness from Instagram Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    34min | Published on May 21, 2024

  • Pathways to Leadership cover
    Pathways to Leadership cover
    Pathways to Leadership

    In this second episode, we delve deeper into the journeys and insights of our guests to offer actionable takeaways for aspiring women leaders all over the world.  Blanca Jiménez Cisneros (Ambassador of Mexico to France) shares inspiring perspectives on the role of gender equality in shaping diplomatic endeavours and on challenges faced by women scientists. Tugrug Uugan-Erdene (Director of Sain Tus Development Bridge NGO, Mongolia) discusses the role of grassroots advocacy and intergenerational dialogue in tackling gender-based violence and climate change with Mongolian nomadic communities.  Her daughter, Khongorzul Batsukh, discusses youth leadership training, and the importance of role models in inspiring future generations. Judith Juma (Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and Co-Founder of the Social Justice League, Kenya) digs into her expertise as a human rights advocate and presents her documentary film on women in politics in Kenya.  Subscribe and join our conversation to build leadership for equality!Created and developed by Nick Newland and Garance Sarlat with Juliette Solesse,Produced and edited by Emmanuel Rudowski,Recorded at UNESCO Headquarters.Image © MART PRODUCTION from Pexels Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    50min | Published on April 9, 2024

  • Launch cover
    Launch cover
    Launch

    In 2024, why should we continue to argue for gender equality in leadership?  In this episode, Gabriela Ramos (Assistant-Director General for Social and Human Sciences of UNESCO), Magdie de Kock (World President of the Associated Country Women of the World) and Rosie Agoi (Secretary-General of the Ugandan National Commission for UNESCO) advocate for a change of mindsets and policies. From the power of role models and self-confidence to the need of concrete actions from Governments and civil society organisations, this first episode sets the goals of the podcast: to amplify the voices of women leaders and empower younger generations around the world.  Embark with us on a journey through the UN system and grassroots civil society engagement to discuss how women’s leadership turns personal empowerment into positive outcomes for all. Created and developed by Nick Newland and Garance Sarlat with Juliette Solesse Produced and edited by Emmanuel Rudowski Recorded at UNESCO Headquarters  Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    41min | Published on March 7, 2024

Description

Leadership for Equality, the podcast by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW). 

In this podcast, leaders of all genders, ages and backgrounds join their voices to celebrate women’s leadership. We take stock of the major challenges still barring women's paths to leadership, and ask our guests to share stories and lessons learned to build new ways to lead the world. Join the conversation to reshape leadership as we know it, for gender equality. 

 


Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

Description

Leadership for Equality, the podcast by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW). 

In this podcast, leaders of all genders, ages and backgrounds join their voices to celebrate women’s leadership. We take stock of the major challenges still barring women's paths to leadership, and ask our guests to share stories and lessons learned to build new ways to lead the world. Join the conversation to reshape leadership as we know it, for gender equality. 

 


Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

4 episodes

  • Women for social change cover
    Women for social change cover
    Women for social change

    Meet powerful leaders Desirée Cormier Smith, US Special Representative for Racial Equity and Justice; Bushra Ahmed, Board member of the Lloyds Bank Foundation and CSW68 Delegate; and Agnes Siteya, Director at Beats for Beads and Massai Community leader. Join the conversation as we explore what drives and inspires them, and what obstacles they tackle every day. From the ethics of artificial intelligence and leveraging the power of sorority to the climate change-related challenges faced by women in the Mara, this episode is not to be missed!Subscribe and amplify the voices of women leaders.Created and developed by Garance Sarlat, Nick Newland, and Juliette Solesse,Produced and edited by Emmanuel Rudowski,Recorded at UNESCO Headquarters.Image @ Joana Baumg from Studio Brazil Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    36min | Published on June 18, 2024

  • Women Thought Leaders cover
    Women Thought Leaders cover
    Women Thought Leaders

    Guided by the Philosophy and Management of Social Transformations programmes of UNESCO, this new episode gives the floor to inspiring women thought leaders:  Nastassja Pugliese, Kathryn Sophia Belle, and Divya Dwivedi, to discuss how concepts of gender and leadership shape each other and how traditional understandings of leadership have overlooked and dismissed women's potential.  To empower women in and through philosophy, this episode sheds light on hidden figures of women in the history of thought leadership, those who deserve more recognition today, and calls for more women leading our world's critical thinking.Dust off your philosophy books and join the conversation to learn from women’s perspectives and foster change in thought leadership!Created and developed by Garance Sarlat and Nick Newland with the support of Emmanuel Rudowski, Camille Guinet and Juliette Solesse,Produced and edited by Nick Newland, Recorded at UNESCO Headquarters.Image ©Alquimia Wellness from Instagram Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    34min | Published on May 21, 2024

  • Pathways to Leadership cover
    Pathways to Leadership cover
    Pathways to Leadership

    In this second episode, we delve deeper into the journeys and insights of our guests to offer actionable takeaways for aspiring women leaders all over the world.  Blanca Jiménez Cisneros (Ambassador of Mexico to France) shares inspiring perspectives on the role of gender equality in shaping diplomatic endeavours and on challenges faced by women scientists. Tugrug Uugan-Erdene (Director of Sain Tus Development Bridge NGO, Mongolia) discusses the role of grassroots advocacy and intergenerational dialogue in tackling gender-based violence and climate change with Mongolian nomadic communities.  Her daughter, Khongorzul Batsukh, discusses youth leadership training, and the importance of role models in inspiring future generations. Judith Juma (Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and Co-Founder of the Social Justice League, Kenya) digs into her expertise as a human rights advocate and presents her documentary film on women in politics in Kenya.  Subscribe and join our conversation to build leadership for equality!Created and developed by Nick Newland and Garance Sarlat with Juliette Solesse,Produced and edited by Emmanuel Rudowski,Recorded at UNESCO Headquarters.Image © MART PRODUCTION from Pexels Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    50min | Published on April 9, 2024

  • Launch cover
    Launch cover
    Launch

    In 2024, why should we continue to argue for gender equality in leadership?  In this episode, Gabriela Ramos (Assistant-Director General for Social and Human Sciences of UNESCO), Magdie de Kock (World President of the Associated Country Women of the World) and Rosie Agoi (Secretary-General of the Ugandan National Commission for UNESCO) advocate for a change of mindsets and policies. From the power of role models and self-confidence to the need of concrete actions from Governments and civil society organisations, this first episode sets the goals of the podcast: to amplify the voices of women leaders and empower younger generations around the world.  Embark with us on a journey through the UN system and grassroots civil society engagement to discuss how women’s leadership turns personal empowerment into positive outcomes for all. Created and developed by Nick Newland and Garance Sarlat with Juliette Solesse Produced and edited by Emmanuel Rudowski Recorded at UNESCO Headquarters  Hosted by Ausha. See ausha.co/privacy-policy for more information.

    41min | Published on March 7, 2024

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