Below you can find a selection of our favourite news stories curated from the press around the world. You can use the filters above to find your particular favourites either via year published, or by keyword!

  • Has lockdown impacted how couples split the household chores? 

    4 June 2020

    Research suggests that in homes where there is a working mother and father, women are doing more chores and spending more time with children. The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and University College London (UCL) interviewed 3,500 families. They found that mums were only able to do one hour of uninterrupted work, for every three hours done by dads. Suprised? 

  • Inclusive Leadership: Will CoVid-19 Alter The Momentum?

    4 June 2020

    Friday 29th May 2020 was he 50th Anniversary of the Equal Pay Act and the perfect moment to ask two well-known leaders about the impact the CoVid-19 crisis is having on Diversity and Inclusion.
    Read full article here.

  • Switzerland and D&I In the Time of CoVid19: Baby Steps Towards More Flixibility. Balanced Leadership Still Too Far Away

    26 May 2020

    This is a crucial time for everyone interested in Diversity & Inclusion (and I wonder, would should not be…?). Hundreds of media stories remark that diverse organizations are the ones able to answer faster and more effectively to the current crisis...
    Read the full LinkedIN article, here

  • Why Diversity May Be About to Have a Watershed Moment

    25 May 2020

    Today is International Diversity Day, and the right way to celebrate seems like a multilingual chorus of “Hooray!” It’s also the ideal time to re-examine diversity in light of many new workplace realities and to consider whether a shift to remote work might create an opportunity to build a more diverse workforce.

    Click here to read the full article by Bruce Anderson, published 21 May 2020.


  • COVID-19: A Turning Point for Inequality?

    23 April 2020

    Question: What do Comoros, Micronesia, Tajikistan and Tuvalu have in common? Answer: They are among the very few – 18, to be exact – countries with no officially reported cases of the novel coronavirus (as of this writing). Indeed, one would have to reach far back in living memory to find an event whose global reach matches that of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, although its grip enfolds virtually the entire world, the pressure is not evenly distributed among all people and places.

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    Read the full article at INSEAD Knowledge
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