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Tag Archives: family
Are you Wo(man) enough?
I’m blogging on and co managing the Women in Aid site with co founder Fi Davidson, trying to blog on my own nutrition website, facebooking, aidsourcing, tweeting, trying to keep up with LinkedIn discussions, trying to get my health coaching … Continue reading
Posted in career, family, life/ work balance Tagged Career, family, life/ work balance 3 Comments
Baby of mine
The below post has been written by Paula Gil Baizan. Paula is a relatively new mum (7 month child) and an experienced manager within the emergency aid sector. She is guest blogging for us on her honest reflections on being pregnant and … Continue reading
Posted in family, life/ work balance Tagged Career, children, family, relationships 2 Comments
Work life balance: How we can put “work” and “life” on equal levels
We are VERY excited to have our first post guest post below by Claire Grauer who is a social anthropologist, consultant and blogger working with and interested in NGOs and organizational development, child rights, participatory approaches and Social Media. She … Continue reading
Posted in life/ work balance Tagged Career, children, development, family, humanitarian, life/ work balance, relationships 9 Comments
Sexual harassment anyone? Just on the side, please.
The aid sector is an enlightened one filled with codes of conduct and HR handbooks filled with how to deal with being sexually harassed. I’m not getting into SEA issues when we are in communities but rather within our own … Continue reading
Posted in career Tagged Career, Equality, family, humanitarian, relationships 11 Comments