We are happy to wrap up another year here at Diversity For Social Impact (DFSI), and before we start another great year in creating social impact via diversity. After reviewing our diversity content statistics throughout the past year, we have identified the most popular Diversity and Inclusion Articles in our content network and wanted to share them with you.
We hope you like it, we look forward to another great year writing and sharing more DEI values!
One of our most popular articles on diversity and inclusion introduction. There are many factors that impact our world views, some are visible to our eyes while others are indistinguishable by us; some are controllable by us while some we are born with. In general, we classify diversity into 4 major Diversity Types Dimensions.
The DEI article focuses on the importance of Diversity and Inclusion to our society, our next generations, and how it affects (or we may say Improve) our workplace.
In the higher education sector, it has become more popular for higher education and academic institutions to put diversity and inclusion as a strategic organizational goal of the organization. Higher education are becoming more intentional and programmatic about their efforts to embrace principles of inclusion, equity, justice, and diversity throughout campus life.
The Conscious vs Subconscious Comparsion
The mind of the subconscious is much more powerful than we tend to think, we are heavily influenced by our subconscious and unconscious minds. It also causes unconscious bias, and also hard to influence. The unconscious is a process that happens automatically. Human’s conscious thoughts can’t examine this process because it occurs underneath conscious awareness. However, researchers have hypothesized that the unconscious affects human behaviour.
In this article, we’re going to explore biodiversity in depth. We will discover what biodiversity means, why is it important to humans, and we’re going to learn the different types of biodiversity and why each of them plays a vital role in our lives and world.
Natural right is a right considered to be conferred by natural law. The idea of natural rights has been contrasted with earlier teachings about natural law that were grounded in more robust principles of reason and natural or divine teleology.
In this guide, you will read about the most popular and most-asked questions about LGBTQ and LGBTQ2+. such as “what does LGBTQ stand for“?
We have a series of bias related articles that are popular to our newsletter subscribers. Some examples include:
- Actor Observer Bias
- Social Desirability Bias
- Response Bias vs Non-Response Bias
- Self Serving Bias
- Unconscious Bias