12 Steps Towards Prejudice Recovery

Colse Leung

 

In a field like diversity, where the volume of learning can be staggering, it can be hard to feel a sense of personal progression. To help myself with this, I started to look at the 12 Step Recovery Programme – but through the lens of diversity issues.

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Immigration to the UK for LGBT+ People

COVID-19, Brexit and the US election have meant that news stories which would usually make the headlines are getting no coverage at all. That’s helping the government to go unchallenged on serious and important issues. The experiences of those seeking asylum in the UK and the rest of Europe on the basis of their sexual … Continued

Diversity Adds Value to the Workplace

  Diversity brings value to the workplace and most importantly, right now, we all need to listen to diversity. Whilst we are listening, we also need to be aware of the impact the world is having on people from diverse backgrounds and communities.

Need new ideas for your business? Hire more autistic staff!

Ideas are the lifeblood of innovation. Without new ideas, development in all areas stagnates, be it new products, services, ways of doing things, or new solutions to old problems. The appetite in society for the new, for the next big thing, is insatiable; hence the long queues outside shops selling the latest model. A business … Continued

Why do we celebrate Gay Pride Month and why does it still matter?

  Every year, throughout June, there are gay pride festivals and events across the world. These celebrations mark the anniversary of the Stonewall riots, which began outside the Stonewall Inn, Greenwich Village, in New York City in late June 1969. The weekend of rioting is acknowledged as the birthplace of the modern gay liberation movement. … Continued

Are Your Work From Home Options Accessible?

The rise in work-from-home opportunities has been a huge boost to the disabled and chronically ill communities. Accessible jobs are on the increase, free education offerings abound and on-line opportunities to connect with others are growing. People are increasingly open to expanding their networks and the sense of community is growing as increasing numbers of … Continued

Coronavirus – Thinking Globally, Acting Locally.

During our lock down, most industries and people are taking a break from the rat race. From the daily grind of commuting, offices, meetings, seminars, commuting home, microwave meals, sleep and then repeat. I’m generalising, but we often overload our days, trying to fit everything in, which leaves little time to reflect on our lives. … Continued

LGBTQ Rights: With or without EU?

LGBT History Month marks a time to celebrate the incredible shift in LGBTQ rights the UK has experienced since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in 1967. Measures towards equality have come in a relatively short period of time, including the scrapping of Section 28 which prevented schools from talking about LGBTQ issues in a positive … Continued

Equality in the Green Sector by Manu Maunganidze

History, almost as a rule, doesn’t look at itself in terms of eras. Nor do the people who live in those eras tend to spend too much energy on what word best fits their generational situation. A young man or woman leaving the land in search of a better life in the city in late … Continued