02 Mar 2018
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Sophie Bellon and Alistair Drummond

Sophie Bellon podcast

Sophie Bellon took some time out of her visit to the Sodexo UK & Ireland region to talk to Women Work co-chair Alistair Drummond about her life and career. Sophie shares memories of her father Pierre founding Sodexo in 1966 and her determination early in her career to make her own way in business. Ahead of International Women’s […]

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23 Feb 2018
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The Enigma Cipher Coding Machine from World War II which Alan Turing helped to decipher

LGBT History Month – Nia Remembers Alan Turing

I recently watched a movie that had an unexpected profound effect on me.

The Imitation Game is loosely based on the story of Alan Turing who was responsible for decrypting German intelligence codes for the British government during the Second World War. It is believed that because of his work he contributed to Great Britain winning the war.

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15 Feb 2018
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LGBT History Month – What Bisexuals Are Not

According to popular opinion I am greedy and indecisive; I also cannot be faithful and will grow out of it soon.
So let’s tackle this one by one. Bisexuals are not greedy; we feel attractions to both men and women. That doesn’t mean that we are attracted to ALL men and ALL women. As we become more aware of our society and the different identifiers there are many who have previously identified as bisexual who are moving towards pansexual.

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