Podcast-Episode

Feminist Leadership: Feminist Leadership in Action (2/3)

In episode two it’s all about feminist leadership in practice. We'll dive deep into organizations and institutions that embrace feminist leadership. And we find out that it's not a one-size-fits-all model but rather a dynamic, often context-specific approach. Our discussions feature insights from three remarkable women with extensive experience in feminist leadership on an institutional level: Lysa John, Secretary-General of CIVICUS; Leila Billing, a leading advocate for 'We Are Feminist Leaders'; and Serap Altinisik, CEO of Oxfam Germany. They share their wisdom, experiences, and thoughts on feminist leadership in practice, showcasing its transformative power to shape a more equitable and just world.

A podcast with:
• Lysa John, Secretary General of CIVICUS
• Leila Billing, Co-Founder and Senior Advisor on Gender, Youth and Movement Building at We Are Feminist Leaders
• Serap Altinisik, CEO of Oxfam Germany

Links:
Celebrating our #1 position on the FAIR SHARE of Women Leaders Monitor” by Lysa John
Video with Lysa John talking about Feminist Leadership
Ressources from “We are Feminist Leaders
Feminist Leaders for Feminist Goals - An agenda for change for the social impact sector (in German) by Aissata Lam, Anusha Bharadwaj, Emily Bove, Helene Wolf, Serap Altinisik, Zakiya Carr Johnson
Downloads and more info about Feminist Leadership
Article about Collective Feminist Leadership
Videos and Materials about Feminist Leadership
More About the organisation We Are Feminist Leaders and its Feminist Leadership Programme
More about the Feminist Hiking Collective

This episode is part of the series:
Beschreibung

This series hands the microphone to people whose voices don’t often get heard - people now making choices which don’t conform to laws or customs - or whose views have long been disregarded, even censored. Its about communities fighting for basic human rights and its about the diverse tools of their struggles. We discover how women are securing their rights through political protest, we look in detail at women’s reproductive rights and we go into LGBT communities worldwide.