Identity: We are more than the sum of our parts

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Meet Jason

Passionate about social justice! I love to wear lots hats: NHS work-bee, Trustee at LGBT Foundation, Member of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and George House Trust.

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Sometimes, we forget that there is a choice in determining how we see the world. We wake up every day unknowingly choosing our own camera lens by which we see. Our choice of a particular lens causes us to instinctively recognise opportunities and threats, according to our biases and preferences.

The lens of intersectionality forces us to ask "how do I move past seeing and understanding the world from my perspective and gain a greater knowledge of how the rest of the world lives".

 

It allows us to visualise different options for making the world a more equal, inclusive, and just place. 

Using an intersectional approach to social justice, we can change our thinking, we can change the way we learn and form ideas, and we can change the way we build services, organisations and how we lead them.

 

Intersectionality shows us that we are more than the sum of the parts. 

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Gathering together my thoughts, experiences, and wider news and views on intersectionality. Sharing what belonging and inclusion should mean for organisations and leaders in the world today. 

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