Women can act and think like leaders
Professor Zenobia Nadirshaw at the University of West London has influenced the profession through organisational change as well as in the teaching and training of psychologists to work more efficiently and effectively with people from Black and Minority communities.
Vera Ora: How to raise a superstar
VERA ORA was born in Kosovo. She left her country in 1991 with her husband and two daughters, Rita and Elena. Vera graduated in medicine and works as a GP in London. She is dedicated her life to her children.
Tally Koren: What being a free woman means to me
Tally Koren was born in Israel and began a long career as a model in her home town Haifa. She decided to pursue her dream to become a singer after she discovered the gift of composing and writing songs.
Abortion: a personal and passionate plea
March in London, commemorates the unity of women who want the end of abuse against women, lesbians, transsexuals and girls. It marks the continuation of the fight for the validation of their economic and political rights around the world.
Rebeca Riofrio: My role model and inspiration was Martha Gellhorn
Rebeca Riofrio was born in Ecuador and today is a successful migrant woman working and living in London. Her life story is incredible, very touching and admirable. Here is what she shared with us.
What makes a community a ‘sticky’ place?
IN HUMAN COMMUNITIES there are a number of factors that bring people together. These include intent – what you might want to achieve together such as a political party, needs, perhaps to live near water, risks, to stay safe, beliefs,
Countess Paola Kovacz von Csaky: From Fashionista to Barrister
Countess Paola Kovacz von Csaky was born in Canada, grew up in New Zealand, lived in Paris and Los Angeles and is half Hungarian and half English, Scottish and Irish! As Virginia Woolf would say "As a woman her country
The most amazing meditation experience
IT WAS A NICE, WARM SPRING WEATHER IN APRIL, in Istanbul in 2011. I was packing my stuff, just a very few things. It was unusual to take so few clothes with me yet I knew that they were the
Nina Zani: from heartbreak to a new life and new business in London
South African-born Nina Zani has her heart in two countries. We find out why she has a love for England and what experiences have made her into the woman she is today.
Nicola Huelin: Become the CEO of your own life
Nicola Huelin is Founder of CEO Mums, which inspires women around the world to become CEO’s of their own lives, to Cherish Every Opportunity in both their business and personal lives.