Index and dedication to Soft Footsteps blog posts

This work is dedicated to 5 amazing women Betty, Becky, Jeannie, Beverley and Louise Thank you for being who you are and for being roots and branches for me. The inspiration for the Soft Footsteps blog Soft footsteps – an explanation Politics Sarojini Naidu Art and Literature Annie Kenney Julian of Norwich Soong Ching-ling FrancesContinue reading “Index and dedication to Soft Footsteps blog posts”

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Learning from experience

The biggest changes in society have come about because people have a right to education and the ability to learn. All 3 of our 21st century innovators talked about the importance of education and sharing knowledge. When asked about her theories on how networks and connectivity will end ignorance and terror, Judy Breck said: “OnlyContinue reading “Learning from experience”

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Thanks to the Contributors

Thanks to the contributors Hoping that you enjoyed the 21st century interviews as much as I’ve enjoyed sharing time and space with Judy, Karen and Jensine. I would like to take this opportunity to again thank all 3 of our great innovators for their time and would also like to thank those who gave permissionContinue reading “Thanks to the Contributors”

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Jensine Larsen – World Pulse – A shining example of positive action

Jensine Larsen Founder of the World Pulse Media Enterprise As Digital Eves is celebrating the achievements of pioneering women, a lot of research took place into women’s issues, including global issues about poverty and the environment. First thoughts were to provide some background history. The statistics were bleak: “According to the Centre for Economic PerformanceContinue reading “Jensine Larsen – World Pulse – A shining example of positive action”

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Karen Coppock – Social Entrepreneurship and Building Businesses

Karen Coppock Vice President of Consulting Services for Vital Wave Consulting, which provides research and strategic consulting services to enable high-tech multi-national firms to accelerate growth in emerging markets. The interview with Karen began in October 2006. At that time Karen was Director of Industry Collaboration for the Reuters Digital Vision Program at Stanford UniversityContinue reading “Karen Coppock – Social Entrepreneurship and Building Businesses”

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Judy Breck – How online education helps to save one child at a time

Judy Breck Author and Internet pioneer who is convinced that ignorance and terrorism will be ended by global connectivity. Judy summarises her own career path in her Brief Bio as follows: Generalist New Yorker and Texan Blogger Author of 4 books about internet knowledge for learning Led creation of largest Internet collection of open contentContinue reading “Judy Breck – How online education helps to save one child at a time”

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Introduction to the 21st Century Innovators

Hoping that you have enjoyed looking back at the women that have helped to shape the world we live in today. As a result of their work and the many other women (and men) who have dared to be different a large majority of us now have equal access to education, social justice and areContinue reading “Introduction to the 21st Century Innovators”

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Society – Lady Eve Balfour

Society Lady Eve Balfour Lady Eve Balfour (Evelyn Barbara Balfour; 1899-1990) was a British farmer, educator, organic farming pioneer, and a founding figure in the organic movement. She was one of the first women to study agriculture at a UK university, graduating from the University of Reading. She began farming in 1920, in Haughley Green,Continue reading “Society – Lady Eve Balfour”

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Society – Kadambini Ganguly

Society Kadambini Ganguly 1861 – 3 October 1923 Kadambini Ganguly was one of the first female graduates of the British Empire and the first female physician of South Asia to be trained in European medicine. Early life The daughter of Brahmo reformer Braja Kishore Basu, she was born at Bhagalpur, Bihar in British India. TheContinue reading “Society – Kadambini Ganguly”

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