In the early years of my career I wore navy pinstriped trouser suits to my job working in a City law firm, worrying a lot about whether I fitted in. The rules have changed now, and so have I. I’ve always loved colourful clothes, bold prints and dresses and high heels. That’s just who I am. If it makes you feel confident and comfortable, wear it.
We are the charity sector. Surely our values and principles are sound, and we can sleep tight at night. Well, the sector may think its values and principles are sound, but what about its behaviour?
by Rebecca Robbins SAN FRANCISCO — The organizers wanted to do something different with their new meeting, as a corrective to what frustrated them about the usual scientific gatherings. And… Read more
by Laura Edgar First Published 8 March, 2018 On International Women’s Day (8 March), the trade body for wind, wave and tidal energy industries RenewableUK pledged to ensure that at… Read more
First published: 10 Apr 2018 Mandy Johnson, the chief executive of the Small Charities Coalition, has published a list of non-male charity sector conference speakers. Johnson drew up her initial… Read more