Alhassan Sesay is an Inclusive Leader from Sierra Leone with a calling is to help create a future that works for all of us in our precious planet. “We hope to have a common agenda in the fight against climate change and make our communities sustainable in the utilization of our natural resources in an environmentally friendly way so that development can reach the least man in society.” Continue reading
Submitted by Joanita Babirye
Hi Friends, I am Joanita Babirye from Uganda; a young and emerging leader supporting young undervalued women in the rural communities of Uganda. I am a recent graduate of urban and Regional planning and an environmental activist, so passionate about environmental and social justice. I love singing, story writing, playing the guitar, reading and listening to music. I am a jolly person!
I am always challenging myself in the need to change the world. My questions connected to Inclusive Leadership are: “How about if each and every person in areas such as Uganda undertook a basic course in understanding inclusiveness? Would learning about inclusion help with building the bridges between different people with different identities? Would we learn not to be harsh while connecting with different people? Would this lead to a society where everyone is welcomed?” Continue reading
Celebrate spring with your own copy of Connecting Kids: Exploring Diversity Together: our classic guide to engaging kids of all ages in collaboratively creating welcoming cultures of inclusion in classrooms, after-school programs and children’s groups of all kinds. Now in it’s fourth printing Connecting Kids is available as a bound printed book or a pdf e-book. All proceeds go to supporting children, youth and families to participate in our Sept 28 to 30, 2018 annual Inclusive Leadership Gathering. Continue reading
submitted by Linda Hill
I was thrilled to be one of five women honoured at the annual Canadian Voice of Women for Peace banquet in Toronto, March 8 2018. I received the The Dr. Anne Goodman Peace Education Award which is based on Anne’s commitment to peace-building and peace education that took her to Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Slovakia, Israel, Croatia and other countries. Anne’s view was that transformative learning involves experiencing a deep, structural shift in thought, feelings and actions – and building strong relationships with each other. Anne believed that by working together we can create that culture of peace of which we dream. Continue reading
Thank you so much to our intergenerational team of 16 experienced Inclusive Travel Guides… Continue reading
written by Linda Hill based on conversations with Nola Landucci and a visit with Mary-Anne Neal!
Nola is a member of the Inclusive Leadership Co-operative who is a retired Human Rights Worker. Nola currently practices Inclusive Leadership on a daily basis through her involvement in healing and reconciliation, Quakers, family-based mental health support and community gardening. Nola and Mary-Anne Neal first met when they were raising their children in Victoria together. They have been friends ever since. Nola invited me to meet Maryanne at a lovely open-house event in Sydney, BC.
Nola shared, “I am so proud of my friend! In 1971, 19 year-old Mary-Anne Neal hitchhiked her way by bush-plane up to Colville Lake in the middle of the Northwest Territories to begin an unforgettable young adult adventure teaching and learning with the Dene people.” Mary shared, “Forty-four years later I returned to Colville Lake and was told this by the Elders: “We not only remember you, Sayday Maree (which means “younger sister Mary), we have been waiting for you to come back and pay what we taught you forward.” Continue reading
What attracts people to an experiential education weekend focused on developing Inclusive Leadership skills, awareness and action plans? Continue reading