In this classic TED talk, Eve Ensler proposes that there is a girl cell in us all, one we’ve been taught to suppress.
What Eve calls a ‘girl cell’ describes the vulnerable, creative, emotionally open part of ourselves. What place does that aspect of all of us, men and women, have in our globally competitive world? Could it be the key to rethinking our approach to global change?
In coming months I’ll be thinking and writing more about the relationship between gender, competitiveness, and our aspirations for global governance.
Watch the video in full below…