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Game Changers Podcast: Algorithmically Amplified: Combatting Disinformation

 

According to a recent study, false news reports are 70% more likely to be retweeted than factually accurate reports and they reach recipients 6 times faster. In this episode, Willow Bay shares useful tips on how to protect yourself and your organization from disinformation and misinformation. She highlights why people are susceptible to disinformation and the importance of being not only a conscious and critical consumer of content but an ethical creator as well.

Guest: Willow Bay, Dean of the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, member or IWF Southern California

 

Listen to Algorithmically Amplified: Combatting Disinformation featuring Willow Bay on the International Women's Forum podcast, Game Changers
Game Changers Podcast: Algorithmically Amplified: Combatting Disinformation

3 Ways to Truly Listen

In today’s world, we are surrounded by noise, but are we truly listening? Dame Evelyn Glennie is the world’s premier solo percussionist, performing worldwide with the greatest orchestras, conductors and artists. Her solo recordings exceed 40 CDs and are as diverse as her career on-stage. A double GRAMMY award winner and BAFTA nominee, she is also a composer for film, theater and television. Dame Evelyn is currently forming The Evelyn Glennie Collection with a vision to open a centre that embodies her mission to Teach the World to Listen.

Read 3 Ways to Truly Listen by Dame Evelyn Glennie, written for the International Women's Forum blog, In the Lead.
3 Ways to Truly Listen

Using the Power of Partnership to Drive Sustainable Change Presented by Primark, Part of Associated British Foods

In countries around the world, cotton is woven into the fabric of everyday life. While the fabric is used for everything from high fashion to hospital dressings, its cultivation can be harsh on the environment. Another issue: cotton farmers have historically been poorly compensated for their efforts. Can these two problems be addressed at the same time?

Through its transformative initiative, the Primark Sustainable Cotton Programme is proving that producing cotton can be both more sustainable AND provide economic empowerment to women. The program trains farmers across India and Pakistan in more sustainable farming practices, decreasing water, chemical pesticide and fertilizer usage and improving the farmers’ livelihoods through increased income.

Using the Power of Partnership to Drive Sustainable Change Presented by Primark, Part of Associated British Foods
Using the Power of Partnership to Drive Sustainable Change Presented by Primark, Part of Associated British Foods

International Women's Day: A Conversation with the Rt. Hon. the Baroness Brenda Hale Of Richmond DBE

We encourage you to add comments about this engaging discussion using the comment section below.

International Women’s Day is the perfect occasion to come together in celebration of the IWF sisterhood and to hear from a powerful woman whose work has had a transformational impact. We are pleased to invite you to view something truly special - International Women's Day: A Conversation with the Rt. Hon. the Baroness Brenda Hale of Richmond DBE.

As the first woman to serve as the President of the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court, Lady Hale is a celebrated legal trailblazer. From her significant role in landmark reforms to her continuous championing of women in traditional institutions, Lady Hale’s dedication to gender equity legislation and rulings has transformed the United Kingdom’s legal system. Fittingly, the motto she chose when appointed a Law Lord in 2004, translates from Latin to “women are equal to everything”. Naina Bajekal, Deputy International Editor and Editorial Director of Newsroom Development at TIME, will join Lady Hale in conversation.


This exclusive session is a fitting introduction to IWF’s Virtual Cornerstone Conference: Change in the Face of Challenge, which ties into the theme of International Women’s Day: Choose to Challenge. We are excited that the conference is being held during Women’s History Month.

International Women's Day: A Conversation with the Rt. Hon. the Baroness Brenda Hale Of Richmond DBE
International Women's Day: A Conversation with the Rt. Hon. the Baroness Brenda Hale Of Richmond DBE

Catalyzing a Strong Black Economic Base - Madeleine Féquière

  Episode 15 of the podcast features IWF Canada member Madeleine Féquière, the Corporate Credit Chief for Domtar. She joins IWF Global board member and Game Changers host Anne Doyle to discuss the importance of creating collective wealth within the Black community, how the killing of George Floyd served as a catalyst for the creation of the Black Opportunity Fund in Canada and tips on how board members can support equity and inclusion throughout the world.

 

Catalyzing a Strong Black Economic Base - Madeleine Féquière
Catalyzing a Strong Black Economic Base - Madeleine Féquière
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