Philosophy was once a woman’s world, ranging across Asia, Africa and Latin America. The female-inclusive and non-European perspective on the history of philosophy carried on in Europe for hundreds of years. Then, within one generation, it was removed from the canon. What impact has this had on how we think about ourselves, and build our systems?
via Aeon Media, 23 November 2018See More
Physicists are more likely to describe women as ethical scientists, but in ways that potentially limit their productivity and competitiveness according to a paper published in Science and Engineering Ethics.
Inside Higher Ed, 24 February 2017See More
Recognising the benefits of board diversity, Goldman Sachs has announced that, from 1 July 2020, it won’t take any company public unless it has at least one “diverse” board member in 2020, and two in 2021.
New York Post, 23 January 2020See More
Companies which are robustly diverse report growing market share 45% more often than their more homogeneous counterparts and are 70% more likely to capture a new market. Varied perspectives, thought patterns and problem-solving approaches produce better solutions. Fostering inclusive meetings to get maximum benefits of diversity is a competitive advantage. Do you know how?
Atlassian, 2019See More
Paul Polman, former CEO of Unilever, is calling on “heroic chief executives willing to step up and move outside of the comfort zone and take personal risks” to drive change in the face of political inaction. “We are now at a point in society where the cost of not acting in these areas is higher than acting.”
The Guardian, 21 July 2019See More