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Denise M Dudley Aug 13
Happy Tuesday, all. Today's quote from Alain Dehaze - Nurturing an inclusive culture begins in the family.
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ThoughtWorks India Edition Aug 13
ThoughtWorkers at the panel discussion of Out&Equal + India Forum to discuss strategies for advancing workplace
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Fujitsu UK Aug 9
We are holding 5 Girls Day events this year for over 70 young girls, designed to break down the barriers and bring STEM to life for a gender diverse future
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Mark Rice Aug 12
Team and workplace dynamics benefit from having diverse perspectives and personalities, but must be met with the right mindset. Read the latest blog in our series for four tips on understanding and adapting to different work styles:
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Vivek Menon Aug 13
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Inclusion BC Aug 14
Yes! Image reads: "Inclusion isn't a token gesture. Nor is it a sympathy vote. Real is genuinely making everyone feel welcome and included. "
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Michele Falco Aug 10
I just found the topic for my first classroom meeting. What a powerful message! πŸ’₯
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Dr Janine Bosak Aug 13
Great presentions at the session on It's complex: Conditions that inhibit women's at work. Many thanks
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Kristen Bordonaro 🌟 11h
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Investing In Student Potential Aug 13
Want to know the ABC's of inclusion? Teacher and illustrator breaks it down.
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Christine McClements Aug 13
I believe most people enjoy & appreciate when they see it in action. It makes people smile. But it rarely just happens on its own. You have to WANT it, then COMMIT to it, then INVEST in it, then proudly enjoy the amazing thing that you have created & then build on it
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Desiree Rose Lewis 19h
Representation matters. It’s a step in the right direction Ulta now continue to more forward by making your stores ADA accessible πŸ’™
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SUMITA PANDEY 24h
Catching students being good at something is one of the most powerful way of encourage them to make good choices. So keep catching them!
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Edmund Asiedu Aug 10
People w/disabilities want: RAMPS ELEVATORS/LIFTS ACCESSIBLE TOILETS USE AIRPLANE, BUS, TAXI, TRAIN TO TRAVEL BY THEMSELVES BRAILLE INFO Don’t want: STAIRS BUILDINGS WITH NO ELEVATORS/LIFTS INACCESSIBLE AIRPLANES, BUSES, TAXIS & TRAINS ETC.
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Annie Yee 14h
Proud to support ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩, celebrating and
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Lory Peroff, NBCT 10h
This beautiful simile self portrait poem was written by a student in my 4th grade class. If I didn't tell you, would you ever have guessed she has Down Syndrome? She doesn't let anything hold her back and neither should we. is the only way.
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Skills Matter Aug 13
In two weeks Monzo CTO will be joining us at for a Keynote Evening to help you explore a framework for and to improve organisational growth. Register for FREE and become a member to learn more at
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Gavin Neate 24h
In 2009 I asked myself the question, β€œcan I use my phone to press the button at a pedestrian crossing?” It turned out I could as I demonstrate here Gogarburn. Cool huh?
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AIM Center for Independent Living Aug 16
Love the representation these days πŸ˜πŸ‘Ÿ
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Miguel Aug 17
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