Or is it ‘inclusion’?
We observed two distinct reactions to diversity and inclusion efforts.
Some of Cortez's most impactful achievements in 2020 focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Katherine Hughes, financial Inclusion Advisor (Asia), Care International UK, London, UK @careintuk @khughes123 Katherine provides technical advice, project management support, and monitoring across financial inclusion projects in Africa and Asia, including Banking on Change.
It is never like the inclusion of marbles in a box.
However, what the criteria of inclusion under the label of feminisism is is contestable.
She previously led inclusion and diversity in North America for professional services firm Accenture.
Miranda recently received a 'Special Recognition Award’ at the Asian Media Awards for diversity and inclusion.
But Fuentes said the hotel chain's commitment to the foundations of hospitality has long extended to inclusion and diversity.
Research suggests that flexible work can help promote diversity, equity, and inclusion for employees from a variety of backgrounds.
Our commitment to diversity and inclusion is inherent in our values and is codified in a clear strategy around diversity and inclusion.
Although the meaning of inclusion is debatable, and different forms of inclusion will have differing value for different people, the card-game analogy oversimplifies the challenge.
It is clear that we must keep focusing on the progression and retention of key talent and build a deeper culture of inclusion." - Barbara Whye, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
Miranda moves across to content from the BBC’s Workforce Diversity & Inclusion team, where she had been acting Head of Workforce Diversity & Inclusion, having worked in the team as HR Business Partner.
For information about our diversity, representation and inclusion strategy including our content spend commitments and the supplier diversity and inclusion policy on the How we commission page of the Commissioning website.
"We're really doing it because we think from a values-based standpoint, from an inclusion standpoint and from a societal standpoint, based on demographic trends, it's where we need to be," says Corie Pauling, chief inclusion and diversity officer at TIAA.
The next day, Bacow announced that Sherri Charleston, who was the assistant vice provost for diversity, equity, and inclusion, and chief affirmative action officer at the University of Wisconsin, was joining Harvard as the new chief diversity and inclusion officer.
In Hilton's 2019 brochure on diversity and inclusion at the company, Muñoz and Fuentes were both featured in "leadership spotlight" segments, with Muñoz listed as vice president of global diversity and inclusion and Fuentes as senior vice president of talent and rewards.
On examination we find that Figs. 5, 10, 13 express the relation of entire mutual exclusion; that Figs. 6, 11 express partial inclusion and partial exclusion; that Fig. 7 expresses coincidence; that Figs. 8, 12 express entire inclusion of x in y; and that Fig. 9 expresses entire inclusion of y in x.
Smith, Founder, Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, says: "A partnership between the BBC and the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative draws upon the unique strengths of each organization and ensures that we are moving quickly toward a future where inclusion and belonging are part of the fabric of entertainment."
- the state of being included
- the relation of comprising something
Example: he admired the inclusion of so many ideas in such a short work
- any small intracellular body found within another (characteristic of certain diseases)
Example: an inclusion in the cytoplasm of the cell
- the act of including
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