I think one question always comes to mind when studying racism and bigotry in the US–who is it that’s being racist or a bigot? Because it seems that everyone seems to be complaining from being a victim of hatred, racism, and bigotry. so who exactly is doing the offending here?
One interesting interactive map which resulted from an en masse twitter data collection caught my eye and shed a little light on that question. It was conducted by the folks over at Humboldt University and it’s titled “Geography of Hate”.
They measured how often specific hateful keywords were used on twitter through twitter’s streaming [...]
A few years ago there was a big debate on the Indian Gaming Authority’s rights on hiring diversity. This is a brief analysis of that case to those who are familiar with it…
Canada is a federally structured constitutional Monarchy and a parliamentary democracy containing 10 provinces and 3 territories. Where Employment and labor law is concerned provincial powers take priority or final jurisdiction over federal laws and regulations for most areas (Toronto Electric Commissioners v. Snider ).
The areas where Canadian federal employment and labor laws take priority are dependent on the type of industry. Federal regulations take [...]
Diversity and Inclusion management (D&I) is a new concept that is re-defining global perspectives on workplace and organizational science and a catalytic driver for humanity’s socio-cultural evolution.
Globalization has brought many spoils to the never-ending struggle that is equality to the workplace. Intuitively one can presume that diversity and inclusion, if not a direct result of globalization is somewhat related and affected by trends in globalization. That is because as humanity re-invents itself in the shape of a collective it must design small and large-scale systems to manage the complexity of difference among its individual counterparts. It is widely [...]