Samantha Holdsworth

Samantha Holdsworth is the Founder and CEO of Clowns Without Borders UK, an international humanitarian charity that delivers joy and play to children living in refugee and displacement camps. As a Facilitator, Clown and Producer, Sam has devised and delivered countless community-based and arts-led projects around the world. She is passionate about the arts as a catalyst for social change.
In this episode, we talk about stepping into your power at 40, setting up an international humanitarian charity single handed, creating a safe space for women to play in crisis zones, and navigating orgasms, presence and the impulse to burn all our existing systems of governance down to the ground, in a post-birth body.
Find out more information about Clowns Without Borders UK and how you can get involved with their work at - @childrenlaughukInstagram - @clownswithoutbordersukFacebook - @clownswithoutborders
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Intro / Outro music by Luisa Gerstein of Deep Throat Choir; musical interludes by Helen Duff, arranged by Paddy Gervers; edited by Lorna Treen; produced by Helen Duff, Lorna Treen and Daisy Grant. 
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This podcast would not have been possible without the support and advice of Sam Sapin, Ben Target, Alice Freedman, Hayley Stirling, Catherine Brinkworth and Kate Watson.

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