In case you missed it is a monthly round-up of what we have been up to at ACEVO. Communications officer Heloisa Righetto shares links to recently published content, newly launched events and services available to members.
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There’s a new episode of the privilege podcast miniseries, with Polly Neate and Tessy Ojo talking to Stephen Hale, former CEO of Refugee Action and chief architect at Climate Catalyst, about the importance of being an optimistic leader, sustaining momentum, and not falling into traps when telling stories and fighting for social justice. Listen to the episode, or read the full transcript.
The first edition of the #ACEVOClimate monthly update has been published. ACEVO’s policy officer Maisie Hulbert gathers recent tools, resources and initiatives to support civil society leaders take an ambitious role in tackling climate breakdown.
Announced new events
If you have always wanted to attend a Friday Review meeting with ACEVO’s head of member support Tom Andrews but you don’t work on Fridays, then join us on Wednesday 9 June from 4-5pm for the first Wednesday Review. Just like the Friday sessions, it will be an informal gathering of leaders, to check in with one another, share learning, pause, reflect and connect.
Support for you
ACEVO has extended its partnership with the TCM Group, which provides discounted mediation services to members. The 15% discount is now also applicable to the investigation services into bullying, harassment and discrimination in the workplace. The TCM Group conducts independent, objective investigations, and the team supports all parties through the stress that the situation can bring. For more information, please check the website.