I am very impressed with the Mental Health Foundation’s take on the changes in their approach to race and diversity. Why is their recent announcement effective?
I have been experimenting with my list of privileges and spaces where people tend to discriminate against me with simple shifts in language. When people correct my pronunciation, I refer to myself as ex-pat (instead of an immigrant). When men refuse to read out loud my Zoom question during a public event I rename myself from Sylwia to Syl (less feminine, easier to read but also more ambiguous, so harder …
This book is relevant to us all. It will change you for the better. It will help the healing, and who knows, it might also help you thrive.
We all know stories matter. Stories made Homo Sapiens the most successful kind. I wonder, what if we succeed in building a better, kinder future instead?
On the #MLK Day, my few words about our white privilege, where to start and how we might be able to do better.
I sense 2021 will be our year of healing, however here, at Voxel Hub, I am setting a different intention: exploring change.
I chose “navigating change” as the core topic of 2021 on this blog. I sense that 2021 will be a year of healing and recovery, however many of us will still face social isolation, experience grief and discover new sensitivities. I myself have experienced a few years of severe social isolation in the past and so I know that it can be really raw, fragile, anxiety-provoking experience to come back …
In this brand guidelines series of blog posts, we introduce the core principles of our philosophy. Today we will look at our core values.
In this brand guidelines series of blog posts, we introduce the core principles of our philosophy. Today we will look at feelings we aim to inspire through our work, feelings we intend to resist and feeling we wish to cultivate in the way we deliver our services and interact with our stakeholders.
In this series of articles, we look at our brand guidelines to explain the meaning behind our philosophy. Today, we look at our language – the words we like, and the words we avoid