Sunny Dhadley FRSA
The RSA was founded during the Enlightenment by William Shipley in 1754 with the first meeting being held at Rawthmell’s Coffee House, Covent Garden, London. I have been a fellow of the RSA since 2017. The mission of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) is to enrich society through ideas and action.
We believe that all human beings have creative capacities that, when understood and supported, can be mobilised to deliver a 21st century enlightenment.
Supported by 29,000 Fellows, we share powerful ideas, carry out cutting-edge research and build networks and opportunities for people to collaborate, helping to create fulfilling lives and a flourishing society.
Since 1996, Operation Black Vote has existed to ensure greater racial justice and equality throughout the UK.
I am an alumnus of OBV, having completed the ‘Civic Leadership’ programme in 2014 and in 2018 completing the ‘MP Parliamentary Shadowing Programme’.
Windsor Leadership has been delivering leadership development for over 23 years. The foundations for Windsor Leadership were laid in 1981 when the ‘Windsor Meetings’ were set up with an aim to tackle the big issues in society.
I am a programme facilitator and an alumnus of Windsor Leadership Trust, having completed the ‘Inspiring Black and Asian Leaders’ programme in 2017, as well as the ‘Emerging Strategic Leaders’ programme in 2019
The Global Health Centre provides a better understanding of the shifting power balance in global health. The academic analysis of challenges and shifts in global health governance contribute to the capacity building of decision-makers and government representatives, international organisations, global health initiatives and other stakeholders, such as civil society, foundations, private sector, platforms and alliances.
By affirming itself as a leading research centre on health as a global governance challenge and a centre of excellence in global health diplomacy worldwide, the Global Health Centre broadens the understanding of global health, builds capacity, contributes to setting agendas in global health governance and diplomacy and fosters inclusive partnerships.
I am an alumni of The Graduate Institute Geneva, having completed the Executive Programme ‘Drug Policy, Diplomacy and Global Public Health’ which is part of the Global Health Programme in 2017 – International and Development Studies.