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Leadership Moves with Mallika Dutt

Are you ready to transform the way you lead? Join visionary change makers as they share their strategies and insights with Mallika Dutt. From digital organizing to creating cultures of care, Leadership Moves shows us how to shake up and re-envision our changing world. This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation.

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S2 Ep12: The Importance of Fun, Joy, and Pleasure in Advancing Justice and Human Rights with Geetanjali Misra
What does pleasure have to do with human rights? How do we incorporate play and joy into our work of challenging violence and discrimination? To explore the topic of how we create movements that challenge structural exclusion while expressing diverse forms of desire and pleasure, I’m joined by Geetanjali Misra.   Tune in this week to discover how to use play, joy, fun, and pleasure in the fight for sexual rights. We’re discussing how we can help people not just accounting for the harm they face, but also focusing on diverse sources of pleasure they want to experience, and how we can bring these two ends of the spectrum together.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e12 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
31:09 04/06/2022
S2 Ep11: How to Address Institutional Sexism and Racism in the Fight for Health Equality with Terry McGovern
How does the loss of a family member to a tragedy like 9/11 affect your ability to lead? How can you stay grounded in love when working on challenging issues like abortion and HIV/AIDS? Terry McGovern, chair of the Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health at Columbia’s Public Health School is here to explore the realities of staying accountable to the communities you serve and letting them lead the way.   Tune in this week to discover the resilience and focus it takes to survive personal tragedy and continue serving the most marginalized people in your community. Terry is sharing the most significant things she’s learned in her fight for reproductive and health equality and how we need to ground our leadership in these turbulent times.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e11 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
25:58 03/30/2022
S2 Ep10: Focusing on Diversity, Care, and Sustainability in Building a Collective Capacity to Respond to Oppression with Lydia Alpízar Durán
How would your life change if care became the central organizing principle of how you do your work? As a co-founder of the Mesoamerican Initiative of Women Human Rights Defenders (IM-Defensoras), Lydia Alpízar Durán faced this exact question, and she is here to explore how we can build collective capacity for our wellbeing in the face of increasing oppression.   Lydia has led the way in terms of diverse leadership and integrating diversity, care, and sustainability for the WHRDs who are fighting oppression, so tune in to discover the realizations and perspective shifts she has had over the years, and the practical steps she has implemented in her organization to bring people together and build a collective capacity to respond.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e10 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
30:35 03/23/2022
S2 Ep09: How to Handle Transition in Organizational Leadership with Shereen Essof and Lisa VeneKlasen
Are you considering a significant work transition? Perhaps you’re a founder looking to leave your beloved organization in search of new challenges. Or maybe the baton of an organization and mission is being passed to you. What does it take to succeed a charismatic leader? Here to discuss these topics are Lisa VeneKlasen, the founder of JASS, and Shereen Essof, JASS’s new leader.   Join us this week to discover how to carry out big leadership changes with breath, love, and grace, even during times of global crises. We’re discussing the reality faced when a founder decides to leave an organization, and how to bring forth leadership from within so that an organization can continue to move forward and do the important work of social justice.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e09 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
40:37 03/16/2022
S2 Ep08: The Power of Listening with Humility and Prioritizing Intergenerational Leadership with Urvashi Butalia
What is the importance of women’s stories? How do we learn the art of listening with humility and respect for storytellers? Feminist independent publisher Urvashi Butalia is here to answer these questions, and give us an insight into publishing exclusive stories, practicing intergenerational leadership, and getting on a bicycle before you turn 70.   Tune in this week to discover the power of challenging yourself to listen in situations that make you uncomfortable. Urvashi Butalia is discussing her experiences of sharing the stories of women over the past four decades, and of accepting that now is the time for her organization to take the path of the next generation of leaders and changemakers.     Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e08 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
29:01 03/09/2022
S2 Ep07: Prioritizing Collective Leadership to Address Physical and Environmental Threats in Indigenous Communities with Tarcila Rivera Zea
What does it take to go from a domestic worker to the director of an organization that represents thousands of Indigenous women in the public arena? Is that a journey of transformation you could imagine for yourself? Join me as I sit down with Tarcila Rivera Zea to learn how she overcame huge obstacles and emerged as a globally recognized mover and shaker.   Tune in this week to hear about what world leadership has to learn from Indigenous feminist leaders like Tarcila. Tarcila is sharing her harrowing story, how she found her calling in advocating for Indigenous women, and the adversity she had to work through so she could fight for the rights of herself and others.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e07 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
32:43 03/02/2022
S2 Ep06: Leading the Pursuit of Justice and Defending Human Rights While Risking Everything with Ana Lorena Delgadillo Perez
How does one continue to serve when the government that is supposed to protect you decides to turn on you for being a human rights defender? How do you manage your own fear while standing for the thousands of migrants that have become victims of organized crime? Well, my guest this week has firsthand experience to share of exactly this.   Tune in this week for a riveting conversation with Ana Lorena about the realities of serving those navigating life-threatening issues, what it takes to keep going when you’re accused of the very thing you’re trying to eradicate, and how she takes care of herself and has resolved fears for her own safety.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e06 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
28:48 02/23/2022
S2 Ep05: Choosing Courage and Finding Joy as a Leader with Françoise Moudouthe
How does one fight for equality while naming discrimination within the very philanthropic organizations that support their work? My guest this week has a powerful lesson on courage and serving others with bravery in the face of discomfort, even when you don’t have all the answers.   Tune in this week as Françoise Moudouthe walks us through the importance of taking a stance and tackling discrimination, even when it risks affecting your popularity or financial resources. We’re discussing how, as female leaders, we can address the issue of the colonization of philanthropy, avoid tokenism, and stand in solidarity and alliance with other organizations.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e05 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
33:44 02/16/2022
S2 Ep04: Harnessing the Power of Collective Leadership to Navigate Worldwide Crises with Rukka Sombolinggi
What can discrimination, hardship, and resilience teach us about navigating COVID with courage and grace? My guest this week is Rukka Sombolinggi, Secretary General of the Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN)—the world’s largest Indigenous Peoples organization, and she’s here to discuss the complex answers to this question.   Tune in this week as Rukka shares her deep wisdom about how we can navigate pandemics, climate change, and other crises by focusing on the collective approach embodied by our planet’s Indigenous communities, and some why Indigenous communities have had the opportunity to thrive during the COVID pandemic.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e04 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
29:48 02/09/2022
S2 Ep03: Bringing the Social Sciences and Humanities into Public Dialogue in the Arab World with Seteney Shami
My guest this week is an anthropologist who believes that the solutions to institutional and deeply-ingrained problems lie in the social sciences.   Tune in this week to discover the work Seteney Shami and the Arab Council for the Social Sciences are doing to bring academia and the humanities into the conversation around how to solve the challenges and crises the Arab world is facing.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e03 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
31:42 02/02/2022
S2 Ep02: How to Find Possibilities in Conflict with Ellen Sprenger
As a leader, when was the last time you had a conflict that led to a positive result? Well, my guest this week believes there is no growth without conflict, so Ellen Sprenger is here to discuss creative ways to generate new possibilities during conflict situations.   Join me and Ellen Sprenger for a conversation around how to address conflict, big or small, in generative and creative ways that uncover new possibilities for ourselves and our organizations. Ellen is sharing how to bring awareness to your current conflict strategy, and giving us her practical tips for finding the wisdom that conflict has to offer and sharing the responsibility of change.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e02 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
39:18 01/26/2022
S2 Ep01: Finding Courage and Healing Trauma as We Stand for Human Rights with Sibongile Ndashe
Where do we find courage in an environment that is deeply hostile when it comes to our rights as women, especially regarding sexual orientation and gender identity? How can we sustain ourselves and heal our own trauma as we stand for human rights? My guest this week is on the front line in this fight for equality and accountability.   Join me and Sibongile Ndashe as we discuss how she weaves her passion for fabric and fashion into her work for justice at ISLA. Sibongile is going in-depth around the importance of focusing on litigation in pursuit of human rights, and she’s sharing how she protects herself and experiences joy in the work she does as a leader while promoting wellbeing as an important consideration for everyone undertaking a social justice mission.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://mallikadutt.com/s2e01 Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, Loubna Bouajaj, and Digital Freedom Productions Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
40:19 01/19/2022
Welcome to Leadership Moves with Mallika Dutt
Hi, I’m Mallika Dutt, host of the podcast, Leadership Moves. I am on a mission to promote leadership that creates shared wellbeing for people and planet. I created this podcast for change makers who are ready to be bold and courageous and generate new ideas for a more just and sustainable world.     Each week, I talk to visionary leaders who share strategies and lessons from a wide range of fields. You’ll learn how to use digital tools to engage audiences, become a master storyteller, implement strategies to prevent burnout in the workplace, and much more.     If you’re ready to be inspired and embrace your full potential, please subscribe or follow the show wherever you get your podcasts.     Leadership Moves is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation Podcast music composed by Devadas, (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Kiani Ned, and Digital Freedom Productions   Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
00:48 01/13/2022
S1 Ep15: Dancing with the Rule of Law
The rule of law is a necessary but insufficient condition for justice. From the war on drugs to mass protests, the rule of law has been used to both uplift and suppress human rights and social justice. Listen to this rich discussion with Vivian Newman as we explore the rule of law and movement building in Colombia, Latin America and the Global South.    Vivian Newman is Executive Director of the Center for Law, Justice, and Society — Dejusticia. She specializes in public law and international aid for development. Vivian has worked in the public sector with the Colombian Inspector General’s Office, in the private sector, on international negotiations at Avianca SA and in the legal department of Bavaria SA. She has also led the coordination of the public law department at the Universidad Javeriana and taught administrative law.    https://www.dejusticia.org/   *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation.   “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.    Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman.   If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you.   For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/   Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join   Follow Mallika:   Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt   Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt   Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt   YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC 
49:28 07/29/2021
S1 Ep14: Money, Movies and Movements
How do people of wealth leverage their status to advance social justice?  How can we use the power of storytelling to shift social and economic paradigms? Join Abigail Disney in a candid conversation about her Disney heritage, the power of creativity, and how she leverages her identities as filmmaker, philanthropist and activist to uplift peace and justice. Abigail E. Disney is a filmmaker, philanthropist, activist, and the Emmy-winning director of The Armor of Light. As president and CEO of the documentary production company Fork Films, she produced the groundbreaking Pray the Devil Back to Hell and co-created the subsequent PBS series Women, War & Peace. She is also the Chair and Co-Founder of Level Forward, a new breed storytelling company focused on systemic change through creative excellence. https://www.forkfilms.com/ *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation.  “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC 
68:22 07/01/2021
S1 Ep13: Harnessing Resources Online to Fuel Your Movement
How do we build a large community of online donors from a small group of supporters? How can we get an online fundraising program off the ground? Emma Ruby-Sachs walks us through these efforts, providing tools to help power our campaigns and build community through online fundraising. Emma Ruby-Sachs is a writer, lawyer and the Executive Director of SumOfUs, a global movement of over 18 million members worldwide. She previously was the Deputy Director at Avaaz, practiced constitutional appellate law and administrative law, and worked on issues of wrongful arrest and wrongful conviction in Canada. https://www.sumofus.org/ *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC 
70:19 05/05/2021
S1 Ep12: Movement Building in a Digital Age
How have internet technologies impacted our idea of the public, communities, and our change agendas?  Jac sm Kee examines the ways movement building and organizing affects and is affected by the digital age we are living in now. Jac sm Kee is a leading figure at the intersection of digital technology and gender justice, and facilitates network and movement building on feminism and technology. She led the Women’s Rights Programme at the Association for Progressive Communications and is a team member of Malaysia Design Archive. https://www.malaysiadesignarchive.org/ *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC 
69:37 05/03/2021
S1 Ep11: Our Relationship With Fear
As leaders, we are often outwardly focused and forget the importance of inner work for social change. In this episode, Mallika Dutt helps us explore our relationship to fear and how to shift from reactiveness to becoming more responsive and present leaders. Mallika Dutt is the president of INTER-CONNECTED and the founder of Breakthrough, a global human rights group that she led for 17 years.  She facilitates leadership that weaves together self, community, systems and the earth to become the humans the world needs now. *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikaduttpublic YouTube: youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
44:17 03/25/2021
S1 Ep10: Shifting Norms Through Culture Change and Narrative Strategy
Bridgit Antoinette Evans takes us on an in-depth journey from the personal to the political as she explains the burgeoning field of culture change.  Join her in a powerful exploration of narrative structures, archetypes, and a whole system ecological approach to transforming cultural norms for social change. Bridgit Antoinette Evans is an award-winning artist and thought leader in the culture change field, and since 2017, has served as Executive Director of the Pop Culture Collaborative. https://popcollab.org/ *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
58:23 03/18/2021
S1 Ep09: Evaluating Communications and Culture Change
How do we measure the impact of culture change, communication and storytelling strategies?  Join Alan Jenkins on a journey to examine leading methodologies for evaluating cultural and communication campaigns through concrete examples and case studies. Alan Jenkins is the founder of The Opportunity Agenda and a Professor of Practice at Harvard Law School where he teaches courses on Race and the Law, Communication, and Social Justice. *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
60:37 03/11/2021
S1 Ep08: Practical Steps Toward Narrative Shift and Claiming Your Story
Mallika Dutt shows us how to bring broad concepts of culture change and narrative strategy into our organizations.  She shares campaigns and music videos on gender justice and practical lessons learned from her time leading Breakthrough. Mallika Dutt is the president of INTER-CONNECTED and the founder of Breakthrough, a global human rights group that she led for 17 years.  She has produced and created several multi-media campaigns and initiatives that have reached millions. *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
46:53 03/01/2021
S1 Ep07: Frames, Messages and Effective Communication
Join Alan Jenkins on a clear and compelling journey to create effective communication and cultural strategies to change policy and transform culture. Alan Jenkins is the founder of The Opportunity Agenda and a Professor of Practice at Harvard Law School where he teaches courses on Race and the Law, Communication, and Social Justice. *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
70:35 03/01/2021
S1 Ep06: Being a Storyteller
We are all storytellers. Story is how humans make meaning of the world. Kirk Cheyfitz illustrates what a story is, why stories work, and shows us how to construct and tell stories that engage people and change culture.  Kirk Cheyfitz is a storyteller, narrative strategist, and founder of Story World Wide and Political Narrative. *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation.  “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
57:51 03/01/2021
S1 Ep05: The Future of Multilateralism
Recent events in the world, along with the global pandemic have forced us to look at the complex relationships between nation states. In this timely discussion with Lopa Banerjee we discuss the possibilities and challenges of this uncertain and emergent moment in our human history. Lopa Banerjee is the Director of the Civil Society Division at UN Women, and leads the agency’s work on strengthening civil society contribution, participation and influence in the global, intergovernmental policy discussion and decision processes. *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation.  “Inter-Connected Theme” composed by Devadas,  (c) Mallika Dutt, LLC 2021.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC  
56:56 02/11/2021
S1 Ep04: Walking the Talk: Addressing Power Within
After our last episode with Srilatha Batliwala we felt like we were not even close to done with our exploration of power in the workplace, and wanted to dive deeper into understanding and transforming repressive power dynamics within our organizations. In this episode Srilatha builds on the themes in our last episode, helps us identify complex hierarchical structures, and gives us the tools to begin dismantling them. Srilatha’s work has spanned grassroots activism, building movements of marginalized women, policy advocacy, and capacity building of young activists around the world. She currently serves as Senior Advisor, Knowledge Building with CREA, (Creating Resources for Empowerment in Action), a global organization based in New Delhi, India, that works at the intersection of gender, sexuality and human rights.  https://creaworld.org/   *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. Theme music from Mann ke Manjeeré: an album of women’s dreams,  (c) Breakthrough 2000.  Used with permission.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
41:39 12/01/2020
S1 Ep03: Understanding Power for Organizational Change
As more and more organizations implode, we urgently need tools to transform oppressive power dynamics in the workplace. Join Srilatha Batliwala as she shows us how to understand and analyze visible, invisible and hidden patterns of power to create dramatic organizational shifts.  Srilatha’s work has spanned grassroots activism, building movements of marginalized women, policy advocacy, and capacity building of young activists around the world. She currently serves as Senior Advisor, Knowledge Building with CREA, (Creating Resources for Empowerment in Action), a global organization based in New Delhi, India, that works at the intersection of gender, sexuality and human rights.  https://creaworld.org/ *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. Theme music from Mann ke Manjeeré: an album of women’s dreams,  (c) Breakthrough 2000.  Used with permission.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
41:29 11/12/2020
S1 Ep02: Cultivating a Culture of Care
How can we show up for ourselves and one another at work (even virtual)? How  do we weave nurturing and caring into the structure of our organizations and  movements? Virisila Buadromo and Tatiana Cordero Velázquez from Urgent Action Fund, Asia/Pacific and Latin America, share what’s needed to cultivate care at every level.  The Urgent Action Fund is a cutting edge and transformative feminist fund that advances the rights of women and transgender human rights defenders in over 110 countries around the world, including areas affected by armed conflict, escalating violence, political volatility and extreme repression.   https://www.uafanp.org/ https://fondoaccionurgente.org.co/en/   *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. Theme music from Mann ke Manjeeré: an album of women’s dreams,  (c) Breakthrough 2000.  Used with permission.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikadutt YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
65:40 10/30/2020
S1 Ep01: Digital Organizing for Movement Building
Join Rashad Robinson, leader of the largest online civil rights organization in the United States, as he lays out what’s needed to take a moment of possibility into a movement for systems change.  You’ll be riveted by Rashad’s descriptions of how Color Of Change has built the political infrastructure to successfully take on big corporations like FaceBook and others to challenge hate speech and more.     Color Of Change is driven by 7 million members who are building power for Black communities. The organization uses innovative strategies to bring about systems change in the industries that affect Black people’s lives: Silicon Valley, Wall Street, Hollywood, Washington, corporate board rooms, local prosecutor offices, state capitol buildings and city halls around the country.  colorofchange.org *** This series is supported by the BUILD program of the Ford Foundation. Theme music from Mann ke Manjeeré: an album of women’s dreams,  (c) Breakthrough 2000.  Used with permission.  Production team: Mallika Dutt, Devadas Labrecque, Ambika Pressman. If you enjoy the podcast, please share. I’d also appreciate a short review. It takes less than 60 seconds and helps us reach more people.  Thank you. For show notes and past guests and transcripts, please visit mallikadutt.com/podcast/ Sign up for Mallika’s email newsletter at mallikadutt.com/join Follow Mallika: Twitter: twitter.com/mallikadutt Instagram: instagram.com/mallikadutt Facebook: facebook.com/mallikaduttpublic YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MallikaDutt-IC
72:56 10/19/2020