Listening first to champion change

People’s stories offer insights and a personal power that can bring about social change, particularly when people in positions of power listen, learn and act on them. This is one approach being taken in the quest for workplace, economic and social gender equality, through the Male Champions of Change program, as Kate Jenkins explains.

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