- Malaysia’s reef sharks stricken with mystery skin disease
- Paving diverse paths to technology leadership
- Call for urgent action to prevent learning disability deaths
- Kamala Harris is the first sitting VP to have marched in an LGBTQ pride parade
- Indigenous people can now reclaim traditional names on their passports and other ID
- What divides men and women? The Australia Talks survey reveals quite a list
Sustainability & Climate Change news: Asia – Environment
Malaysia’s reef sharks stricken with mystery skin disease
Whitetip reef sharks in Malaysia are found to be infected by a mystery skin disease showing spots and lesions on their heads. Why is Sustainability important? Rising sea temperature could be the reason to blame. Reuters tells us more.
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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion news: Technology
Paving diverse paths to technology leadership
Leaders in Technology are becoming more diverse in their hiring because they want to expand their understanding of the business and customer in order to translate business needs into technology solutions, and to execute the solutions with the required deep technology expertise. Deloitte explains the research and analysis.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion news: UK – Disabilities
Call for urgent action to prevent learning disability deaths
People with learning disabilities are still dying 25 years earlier than the rest of the population, a report has said. The pandemic also highlighted disparity. BBC shares more with us.
Disability Inclusion: The Best Actionable Guide and Statistics
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion news: US – LGBTQ2+
Kamala Harris is the first sitting VP to have marched in an LGBTQ pride parade
Kamala Harris not only attended the Capital Pride Walk with her husband, Doug Emhoff, she also called for the government to pass the Equality Act, to ensure federal protections for LGBT people. Business Insider tells us the story.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion news: Canada – Indigenous
Indigenous people can now reclaim traditional names on their passports and other ID
CBC reports a long-awaited policy change that follows the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendation. This change applies to all individuals of First Nations, Inuit and Metis background. Survivors’ traditional names, which carry deep cultural meaning, were changed by the residential school system.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion news: Australia – Gender
What divides men and women? The Australia Talks survey reveals quite a list
ABC tells us … what are the topics that most divide women and men in Australia? Personal Safety, Feminism, Dating Younger People, Discrimination, The Importance of Cultural Diversity, Gender Balance in Leadership, and Mental Health, etc.