Christine Goodall Audio Interview
In this interview, Christine Goodall, Network Coordinator of London’s HEAR Equality and Human Rights Network, reflects that the five ways of applying intersectionality identified by the Intersectionality in Practice research project describe all of the different approaches that they have come across in their own work. She discusses the strengths and limitations of different approaches to intersectionality, and the utility of this framework for assessing organisational practice. The first step is being able to identify and understand how you are working already, and then thinking about who might be missing and why. She emphasises the importance of bringing people together across different specialisms, so that they recognise their own constituents among the constituents of other types of equality organisations.