Tag: diversity

Racism and the black lives matter movement

White privilege – acknowledging, owning and acting

By Jai Thade, L&D Facilitator Mental Health Awareness month has arrived at a time when virtually everybody is acutely facing some stress or the other. We find ourselves without the customary trappings of the outside world to bury ourselves into. With unprecedent restrictions placed on

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Resilience in the face of a Pandemic

By Jai Thade, L&D Facilitator Mental Health Awareness month has arrived at a time when virtually everybody is acutely facing some stress or the other. We find ourselves without the customary trappings of the outside world to bury ourselves into. With unprecedent restrictions placed on

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Aren’t we all differently abled in our own ways?

By Prachi Laddha, Consultant – India Even though it’s broadly accepted that Diversity and Inclusion as a concept is one that brings great benefits to a business, many elements of D&I that come to mind are those that we can see or easily identify. However

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Defining Inclusion over Diversity

By Clare Wimalasundera, PR Director There are so many definitions out there, and the definition of diversity is constantly evolving. Perhaps most simply, Google describes Diversity as “recognising each individual is unique and recognising our individual differences”. When it comes to inclusion, in terms of

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Can India ever achieve Gender Equality?

5 suggestions through a collaborative approach by Prachi Laddha, Mumbai Consultant Starting with the fundamental issue of gender roles wherein women are seen as child-bearers and men as breadwinners, my first solution is – Redistribution of Responsibility. Indian women do 90% of the housework, which

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The Challenges of Diversity in UK Tech – BAME Talent

by Dinah Williams, Head of Social Media and Engagement The UK tech sector is expanding at an incredible pace, faster than the rest of the UK economy. However, the tech industry is well known to have issues regarding lack of diversity and under-representation of BAME

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