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Forbes employer diversity list highlights tech industry has “a long way to go”

January 16, 2019
In the year that the #MeToo movement highlighted the problem of harassment in the workplace, a renewed focus on the issue of diversity was a defining feature of 2018. Today, Forbes published…
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Young, Gifted and Black

BBC Sounds
January 7, 2019
Racism persists in the workplace - how do we stop it blighting another generation of talent? Vishala Sri-Pathma visits Deji Adeoshun, leader of the Moving On Up programme, which seeks to improve…
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Racism has mutated to survive

HR Magazine
January 4, 2019
We’ve come a long way since the days when 60% of employed black women worked as domestic servants, but racism is not gone. The common belief that the struggle against racism has…
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Bias in Britain: what can employers, the government and you do about it?

The Guardian
December 7, 2018
All this week, the Guardian’s Bias in Britain series has reported on the effects of unconscious bias in many different spheres of life, and the inequality that results from it. But after identifying it,…
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‘They think I’m a gangster’: the young black men caught in joblessness

The Guardian
December 6, 2018
In youth centres in cities across the UK young people are going into studios and remixing music. But at the Moving on Up project at Hackney Council for Voluntary Service (HCVS), young…
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