Why Not Her?

Dr. Jennifer Cassidy & Haru Majengwa

November 18, 2020 Dr Jennifer A Cassidy & Haru Majengwa Season 1 Episode 4
Why Not Her?
Dr. Jennifer Cassidy & Haru Majengwa
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Why Not Her?
Dr. Jennifer Cassidy & Haru Majengwa
Nov 18, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
Dr Jennifer A Cassidy & Haru Majengwa

Today we chat about womxn in politics and delve into how giving womxn equal rights leads the way towards better and more stable nations.

Our guests are:
Dr. Jennifer A. Cassidy is a Departmental Lecturer in Global Governance and Diplomacy at the University of Oxford, where she lectures on Diplomacy, International Law, Digital Diplomacy, and Women in Leadership.

Her PhD from the University of Oxford focused on the unique and changing relationship between social media and foreign policy. With a specific focus on the evolving nature of digital diplomatic signalling and online strategic narrative during times of political crisis.

Haru Majengwa works on developing innovating ideas that improve health outcomes, with frontline health and social care teams around England.

Haru's background is in Global Health, working with a niche health consultancy firm focusing on strengthening the inclusion of persons with disabilities, marginalised groups and those at risk of being ‘left behind’. Haru has completed a MSc in Global Health at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. She also volunteers for the Commonwealth Health Professions as a Commonwealth HIV AIDS Action Group Liaison officer.

Books mentioned in this podcast:

  • What Happened - Hilary Clinton
  • Everybody Matters - Mary Robinson
  • A Kick in the Belly - Stella Dadzie
  • The Verso Book of Feminism - Jessie Kingdig
  • Invisible Women - Caroline Criado Perez
  • Communion - Bell  Hooks

Why not join the movement over at www.whynother.net
Music used in this podcast is by Ooyy Come 2gether


Show Notes

Today we chat about womxn in politics and delve into how giving womxn equal rights leads the way towards better and more stable nations.

Our guests are:
Dr. Jennifer A. Cassidy is a Departmental Lecturer in Global Governance and Diplomacy at the University of Oxford, where she lectures on Diplomacy, International Law, Digital Diplomacy, and Women in Leadership.

Her PhD from the University of Oxford focused on the unique and changing relationship between social media and foreign policy. With a specific focus on the evolving nature of digital diplomatic signalling and online strategic narrative during times of political crisis.

Haru Majengwa works on developing innovating ideas that improve health outcomes, with frontline health and social care teams around England.

Haru's background is in Global Health, working with a niche health consultancy firm focusing on strengthening the inclusion of persons with disabilities, marginalised groups and those at risk of being ‘left behind’. Haru has completed a MSc in Global Health at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. She also volunteers for the Commonwealth Health Professions as a Commonwealth HIV AIDS Action Group Liaison officer.

Books mentioned in this podcast:

  • What Happened - Hilary Clinton
  • Everybody Matters - Mary Robinson
  • A Kick in the Belly - Stella Dadzie
  • The Verso Book of Feminism - Jessie Kingdig
  • Invisible Women - Caroline Criado Perez
  • Communion - Bell  Hooks

Why not join the movement over at www.whynother.net
Music used in this podcast is by Ooyy Come 2gether