As we celebrate Nelson Mandela Day , Tell us what you did you do with your 67 minutes in his honour to help others

Jacqueline Winstanley BSc hons
CEO Universal Inclusion UK
Advisory Board Member

Today the 18th of July would have been the 96th birthday of Nelson Mandela

As people all over the world celebrate his life by giving 67 minutes today to help others to represent the 67 years he gave to Public Service I am reminded of my favourite quote from Madiba.

“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived […]

Sexual violence survivors launch global advocacy and support network “Survivors United for Action”, the first global network of its kind !

Jacqueline Winstanley BSc hons
CEO Universal Inclusion & Equality by Design UK
Member of Conference Advisory Board and Blogger

Our conference was all the more timely as it coincided with the
” Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict ” Summit which took place in the Uk last week.

One of the many positive things to come out of the Summit so far is the creation of “Survivors United for Action ” a Global advocacy and […]

Angelina Jolie and William Hague host Global Summit to end Sexual Violence

Jacqueline Winstanley BSc hons United Kingdom
CEO Universal Inclusion
Advisory Board Member Global Gender Economics Conference

A further example of the Power and influence of Gender Economics

William Hague and Angelina Jolie attend sexual violence in war summit in London

Angelina Jolie has the power to change the world

More than 300 senior government ministers from around the globe have arrived in London for the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence, which started yesterday and goes on for […]

Rape in the Fields of America

AUGUST 14, 2013 PBS Frontline

A recent article by PBS‘ Frontline, “Rape in the Fields (of America)”, 25 June 2013 talks about the issues that many female farm workers in America have to deal with on a daily basis just to earn a living. Many are subjected to rape, sexual innuendo and violence whilst they are trying to go about the working day. These are hard working low income workers who are trying […]