The inability to fit in and become invisible

The inability to fit in and become invisible: Narratives of British Pakistani female managers and professionals By Shehla Riza Arifeen and Jawad Syed Paper presentation at the Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, August 5-9, 2016. This paper uses an intersectional lens to explore career experiences of ‘the second generation’ British Pakistani female managers and professionals,Continue reading “The inability to fit in and become invisible”

Westminster Briefing event in London on ‘Supporting BME People in the Workplace’

  Thursday, 5th May 2016 Jawad Syed’s lecture on a relational and intersectional perspective on diversity management: The case of Muslim women at work in the UK The event was facilitated by Jagtar Singh (NHS Trust Chairman) while other speakers included Omar Khan (Director, Runnymede Trust) and Anne Sylvester (Diversity Consultant)

TV interview: Dr Syed’s comments on UK general elections 2015

In his interview (in Urdu) with UK’s Hidayat TV on 10 May 2015, Dr Syed commented that people in the UK had voted for stability and continuity instead of a hung parliament. Dr Syed said that in many parts of the UK, particularly in Scotland, people’s choices in support of their own national and culturalContinue reading “TV interview: Dr Syed’s comments on UK general elections 2015”