Projects credited in
- CityLifeCity Life celebrates cities as sites of connectivity and creativity, where people, industries and ideas collide and new possibilities are generated. Running throughout October, the festival explored the relationship between urban spaces, communities and identities and champion London as a place of inclusivity and diversity through a mix of supper clubs, creative workshops, screenings, performances and discussions.
- Unwrapped: Race, Faith + Femininity with Yassmin Abdel-MagiedYassmin Abdel-Magied is an enigma. As a Sudanese-Australian writer, broadcaster, recovering engineer and style icon, she's known for breaking moulds and smashing stereotypes at every opportunity. In February we hosted a dicussion with Yassmin and Words of Colour executive director, Joy Francis, as they explored Yassmin’s relationship with race, faith and femininity and the role London has played in shaping her incredible journey so far. This event was part of our Redefining Femininity Series -9
- Unwrapped: Demystifying Female MastrubationLast week we hosted an honest and frank discussion about female masturbation! Sex Tech is an industry forecast to be worth £22 billion by 2020. SODA (The School of Digital Age) is dedicated to smashing the taboos surrounding female pleasure, and is working to promote the use of sex toys to help bridge the satisfaction gap. SODA’s creative director, Jackie Annesley kicked off the conversation igniting a much needed discussion around the stuff women want to know more about, but feel too awkward22
- Libreria PodcastLibreria, a bookshop by Second Home, is an independent bookshop in Shoreditch, London. We help you discover new books and ideas to encourage interdisciplinary thinking. In the shop, we curate our books to maximise serendipity – our shelves are arranged according to broad themes like 'Wanderlust', ‘Enchantment for Disenchanted’ and ‘The City’, so you’re constantly encountering titles you might not have come across otherwise. In this podcast, Libreria's curator Paddy Butler does the same for your12
- Unwrapped: Women Tech DisruptorsWith women making up only 20% of the tech industry, what is actually being done to make the tech space more inclusive? What visibility, community and resources do women need to get ahead in technology? We brought together a panel of tech disrupters to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the industry, and shine light on breaking the barriers in tech innovation. Joining Google on the panel we had; Amy Thompson - Founder of the Moody App - a brilliant femtech app that allows women to trac11
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