Global migration has introduced us to new communities and new religious practises. Edwina Pio asks how we can best reconcile them.
How we handle the challenges of today will determine the future of our fragile planet and our humanity. Immigration is changing the composition and texture of workforces both nationally and globally. The world contains over 5,000 ethno-cultural groups. Technology, cheap airfares and the global economy have scattered people in countless combinations around Continue reading “Time to say ‘Je suis diversity’”
KARACHI: Articles 19 and 19A of the Constitution of Pakistan guarantee citizens’ freedom of speech and expression but why is it that, in 2015, we are not free to express ourselves without fear, asked actress Nadia Jamil while moderating a session on ‘Freedom of Expression. What Sets the Boundaries?’ on day one of the School of Tomorrow conference.
The New Zealand Diversity Forum is a platform which brings together individuals and organisations to share ideas and good practice on cultural diversity and positive race relations.
The 11th annual Diversity Forum, organised by the Human Rights Commission, was held at AUT’s Auckland campus on 9 September 2015. The theme for the 2015 forum was ‘Empathy in the face of Diversity’. The forum’s aim is for individuals and organisations to share ideas and good practice on how to foster positive race relations.
Professor Edwina, New Zealand’s first professor of diversity shared her research insights based on her recent book “Work & Worship” on religious diversity in the workplace.