Posts Tagged: why

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Why supporting LGBT staff is good for business

Companies such as Accenture are at the forefront of LGBT-friendly workplaces. Ignoring openly gay employees means cutting yourself off from 20pc of th...
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Why the BBC must get diversity right in 2016

Written by Kurt Barling   7/2/16 The BBC’s Royal Charter is due to expire at the end of this year and Professor of Journalism Kurt Barling argues ...
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Why Multicultural Communities Are What Makes London (and Britain) Great – and Why We Must Protect Them

Written By: Jermain Jackman   27/1/16 Whilst competing on The Voice, Tom Jones gave me the nickname ‘The Singing Politician’, which is d...
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Why Facebook has become so important to the sign language community

Sign language users once had to meet at local deaf clubs to have conversations and share their views. Now, video on social media means things have cha...
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Why It Matters to Be Out and Proud In Global Business

Written By: Beth Brooke-Marciniak    11/1/16 As I look back at 2015 it’s hard to believe that it’s almost been a year since the World E...
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Young, Gifted and Leaving the Country: Why Britain Needs to Wake Up to Diversity

Written By: Alice Charles  16/12/15 As the latest instalment in the Star Wars franchise prepares to take the world by storm, it’s interesting t...
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Women in tech: Why esports are a win for diversity

Written By: Sharon Florentine 16/12/15 Miriam Aguirre has been a gamer since the days of Atari. Today, as director of engineering at a mobile gaming ...
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Why I want more disabled characters in books

Teen blogger Megan The Book Addicted Girl kicks off a day of celebrating disabilities diversity in children’s books – and calling for more. About ...
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Why we have to create more disabled characters in children’s fiction

Author Susie Day grew up in 1980s when her personal experience of people with disabilities was Joey Deacon on Blue Peter. Disability in books was a ca...
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Why we need quotas for women on boards

Written By: Vicky Pryce   23/11/15 ‘Instead of preventing meritocracy, as some people fear, quotas help promote it by gradually widening the choic...