Inge Relph has a background in strategic management and organizational dynamics. Post privatization she helped restructure British Gas, representing the UK on regulatory policy bodies at the EU and UN. She co-founded and chaired the London Chamber of Commerce Women in Business network and sat on the Chamber Council. She takes a keen interest in CSR, especially social enterprise. Her strategic advisory work focuses on women’s human rights and development, advocating internationally for their inclusion in peace processes. She argues that sustainable peace requires us to see peacebuilding as a powerful socio-economic force and is working on developing concerted programs that harness business, government and civil society in stabilizing nations. A past chair of Womankind Worldwide, and founding Board member of the Arab International Women’s Forum and Gender Action for Peace and Security (GAPS-UK), she initiated in Egypt, the first peace movement to work across the Middle East promoting UNSC1325. She has advised the UK FCO on women in Afghanistan, Somalia and Iraq and is mentoring 'Women4Libya' to ensure that women have a voice in the future of their country. Inge believes in the human capacity to transform anger into compassion and is engaged in exchanges with leaders of different faiths like the 'Way of Peace‘ dialogues with the Dalai Lama in Northern Ireland.
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|Global Youth Climate Plan - How to keep the 2° Goal
|Aug 12, 2014
|Inge Relph is no longer a team member of proposal Global Youth Climate Plan - How to keep the 2° Goal
|Aug 12, 2014
|Inge Relph joined the Climate CoLab community
|Jul 31, 2014