Many - if not all - of us have a sense that our actions fall short of our values. Why is that? What accounts for the gap between our values and our action?
Do we know how to put our values into action? What does that take? Can anyone take effective action or is it something that only some can do? Can it be learned?
These are the sort of questions we will wrestle with over the next three months.
Along the way, we’ll look at at a few specific people to see what we can learn from them about putting values into action. Today, we consider Emmeline Pankhurst, the prominent campaigner for women’s suffrage who lived from the middle of the 19th century into the early 20th.Read More