“In order for people to benefit from all the services a city can offer, the built environment itself has to be physically accessible to as many people as possible.” Leslie Kern, associate professor of geography and environment and director of women’s and gender studies at Mount Allison University.
A DISCUSSION WITH JOURNALIST SARIKA BANSAL ON THE LANGUAGE OF DIGNIFIED STORYTELLING AND ETHICAL TRAVEL
“I think just scaling down notions of grandeur is already such a big step and understanding that maybe for you, a two week trip is really big thing but for the people who you’re going to, two weeks is just a blink of the eye and it’s not going to make that much of a difference, no matter how much great work you do.” Sarika Bansal
“There is a delicate line between being a journalist where you are just reporting and informing, versus being an activist where you are advocating and agitating and the Thomson Reuters Foundation was very, very clear that what we were doing was journalism – we did factually accurate and balanced reporting, we didn’t advocate or agitate”. Thin Lei Win
“No se trata de forzar términos con calzador. En la adopción de un idioma inclusivo se busca reflexionar acerca de la opresión e invisibilización de las mujeres y las identidades no binarias que han prevalecido desde la palabra.”
“As A Superpower, The World Looks To the US for Leadership On Gender Equity And Foreign Policy Matters.” Dr Shirley Graham
Dr Shirley Graham, from the Elliot School analyzes in a powerful essay the role of the new Biden-Harris Gender Council and the need for a feminist foreign policy as she creates a call to action.