Posts Tagged: can

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Together we can make a difference!

Written By Sahdaish Pall When I watched India’s Daughter, a film about the gang-rape of Jyoti Singh, a 23 year old student from Delhi, it was shocki...
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Ahead of International Women’s Day, how brands can play a positive role in the women’s empowerment conversation

Written By: Nishma Rob  3/3/16 The call for greater equality of opportunity for women in all areas of life, from the workplace to politics or the spo...
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Gender stereotypes: How businesses can tackle them once and for all

Written By: Ann Pickering 28/1/16 For workplace diversity, 2015 was a landmark year, with Lord Davies’s much-publicised target of having 25 per cen...
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Teachers can still be fired for discussing gay issues in the classroom

Written by: Joe Williams 7/1/16 The discussion of LGBT issues is still banned in a number of states across America. Although same-sex marriage might n...
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Can Top Business Schools Boost The Number Of Women Executives?

Written By: Seb Murray 4/1/16 More women MBAs, but data show executive suites remain male-dominated. In recent years top business schools have made gr...
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Diversity: how we can change the face of the PR industry

Written By: Farzana Baduel 1/12/15 Diversity is the future of public relations. Without a diverse and multi-skilled team, an agency cannot cater to t...
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Same-sex couples can marry in Ireland from TODAY!

Written By: Joseph Patrick McCormick   16/11/15 After months of waiting, the first gay and lesbian couples will be able to marry in Ireland from th...
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Autism and PDA: What can people bring to the workplace?

Written By: Jonathan Andrews The autism spectrum is wide and varied – and along it lie several diagnoses few people would have heard of. As I’ve p...
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Boys can now wear skirts to school in Puerto Rico

Written By: Nick Duffy 12/10/15 Puerto Rico’s Education Minister has announced changes to a school uniform code that lets boys wear skirts. Minister...
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How the PR industry can improve its record on diversity