We use the scientific methodology of action based learning with the objective to inspire and implement self directed change in your organisation.
Kolb's "experiential learning" is a learning theory that provides an alternative to more traditional learning models, which is exactly what a topic like DEI needs and deserves. This theory of learning is different from cognitive and behavioural learning theories as it takes a more holistic approach. It considers the role that all of our experiences play in our learning, including our emotions, cognition and environmental factors. We Moving Stories advocates for deep learning rather than surface learning and this is why Kolb's theory is fundamental for all our program designs.
Our innovative concepts and methods are the result of a collaboration between individuals who suffer the consequences of stigmatisation, biases and exclusion, D&I experts, organisations and academics from different sectors and countries. With this diverse ecosystem at its foundation, We Moving Stories gives clients the opportunity to feel and experience the importance of diversity, inclusion and equity, discover the potential and diversity that is already in their organisation and provide tools and knowledge to successfully go into action mode and based on scientific knowledge, create lasting impact.
We offer different programs with a proved and pedagogical methodology and we combine learning, action and empathy to create safe spaces to explore diversity and better understand stigma and prejudice.
"The diversity spectrum is so much more diverse than we all think, and our programs will help you and your team to rediscover yourself, the other and your organisation."
“Once the participants realise they are Moving Stories, too, the dynamic in the conversation changes drastically. It is as if a switch is flipped: we created a safe environment where there’s no difference between a Moving Story or a participant."
“Throughout broadening horizons and destigmatization, we give voice to those comfortable enough to start a deep conversation that really matters."
“Through Moving Stories, you are able to discover a plethora of topics that will lead you to understand more of the world, the people around you, and your inner self."
“I have so far not met a single person who didn't have something to tell which was incredible in some sense. In that sense everyone we see is a Moving Story."
"We are all different - and this is a real power - but, at the same time, we all need to be seen and heard. MS gives us the space to do just that, to build genuine human connections and as a result, a healthier and happier society. I am so glad to be a part of this team!"
“It is amazing to see how Moving Stories can create a truly save space for everyone to say or ask anything they want without being judged. The stories told give a different perspective and teaches us who we are but more importantly, who we want to be from now on.”
Our organisational team is surrounded by and depends on a network of volunteers with similar objectives: To create workplaces that are inclusive and do not overlook, forget or shy away from taboos and deep level - sometimes invisible - diversity. We understand that we all play an active part in this mission and we believe the We Moving Stories programs make the necessary difference.
All this can start with a simple conversation
Moving Story envisions and works towards a diverse society, based on justice and equity, where no person suffers discrimination or prejudice.
Through our programs we help participants to use their own experiences as a lens through which to examine the power of diversity and inclusion in their teams and organisations, its underlying challenges, and how to develop DEI sensitivity and skills to become a more inclusive leader.
Everything we do is based on empathy, bravery, an open mind, cooperation, integrity, respect and professionalism.
The Moving Stories that collaborate with us to share their life experiences and lessons with participants are a diverse collective of brave humans that are comfortable enough with themselves and their Moving Story to be vulnerable about it. They share their story to show that the diversity spectrum is very broad and many parts of our identity influence how we are seen by others and how we see ourselves.