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because i AM a girl.. and because this girl can..
I’ve had a great start to 2017 which some interesting projects, great clients and an exciting non-work project on the go. I feel privileged to have had a supportive family my whole life who ensured i had a great education, an interesting career and encouraged me to go it alone 4 years ago and set up The Insight Fountain.
But not all girls around the work have equal access to education, human rights and even in the UK there is gender inequality in pay, domestic violence and poverty that disproportionately effects women and their children.
What can you do today to reduce that inequality?
What can you do today to be an inspiring female role model?
Quote taken from: http://strongenoughgirls.org/about-segei/
London Underground is 150 years old this year. I really enjoyed the documentary on BBC2 last week, and it reminded me of one of my favourite visualisations; The London Underground Map.
The map was designed by Harry Beck, an English engineering draftsman in 1931. Beck drew up the diagram in his spare time while working as an engineering draftsman at the London Underground Signals Office. Beck based the map on the circuit diagrams he drew for his day job, stripping the sprawling Tube network down to basics. London Underground was initially sceptical of Beck’s radical proposal but it proved popular. It is a clear and comprehensible chart that would become an essential guide to London – and a template for transport maps the world over. Beck’s revolutionary design, with certain modifications and additions, survives to the present day and is set to serve London Underground and its millions of customers for many years to come.
Really enjoying Simon Rogers and the team at Guardian datablog’s new book: Facts are sacred
The cost of bringing up baby demonstrates my complaints about the cost of childcare in the UK.