Including the Award Ceremony of the ICT 4 Inclusion Challenge, India edition Join the event on LinkedIn On Friday, 2nd of December 2022, Atos will host its Innovation in Disability Inclusion event to celebrate the International Day of People with… Read More ›
Building a barrier-free Canada by 2040 will take an all hands on deck effort.
Europe’s Digital Ambitions. Minnow or potential disruptor?
I believe there’s enough work for everybody; there is plenty of work to bring disability toward an equitable place in society.
Disability Rights Advocates as President/CEO in March 2021 after having spent six years as SVP, Head of Disability and Accessibility Strategy for Wells Fargo. While with Wells Fargo, Kathy helped to weave disability into the overall diversity agenda to expand the bank’s capabilities and programs to better serve both employees and customers with disabilities.
It is generally assumed that the coronavirus and COVID-19 have, and will continue to drastically change the digital workplace. However, this change was already under way, so what is COVID’s real impact and how much of it will persist once… Read More ›
Our society is so polarized not because of politics or social media — but because of our stubborn belief in meritocracy, says philosopher Michael Sandel. Here’s how we need to shift our perspective: Source Ted: https://www.ted.com/talks/michael_sandel_the_tyranny_of_merit/transcript?utm_content=2020-8-25&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=social&utm_source=t.co
Judy Heumann I was born in 1947. And in 1949, there was another polio epidemic and I had polio. When I was 5 years old, my mother took me to school to register me. And that was the first time… Read More ›
The Valuable 500: Over a Third of Companies Pledge to Accelerate Disability Inclusion in the Wake of COVID-19
LONDON, July 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, The Valuable 500 – the global movement working to get 500 of the world’s largest businesses to commit to placing disability inclusion on their business leadership agendas – recognises the 30th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities… Read More ›
So diversity training doesn’t have a great track record of boosting Black employees into the executive suite. “I would advise companies to spend the money on something else,” says sociologist Frank Dobbin of Harvard University, who worked on the 2007… Read More ›
Most people say they do not believe that men are smarter than women. But their minds reveal otherwise. He’s brilliant! And she’s . . . not. This is the finding of a new expansive study from New York University, which… Read More ›