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For people to thrive diversity, equity and inclusion is critical. Yet finding time and resources to make a meaningful difference to organisational culture can be challenging. That’s why we’ve curated a set of online insights to fuel your inclusive practice. Each article in this series covers a key theme or issue in DE&I. Whether you have 5, 20 or 60 minutes to spare – we present these recommended resources to engage with and share.

If you have 5 minutes, try this:

‍The business case for implementing DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion)‍ article on a computer

The business case for implementing DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion)

The Business case for diversity – the numbers don’t lie!

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If you have 20 minutes, try this:
The intersectionality wars article on a computer

The intersectionality wars

This article is an interview with Kimberlé Crenshaw, who came up with the concept of intersectionality, which in 2015 became a word in the Oxford English Dictionary. Gain insight into her and her work

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If you have 60 minutes, try this:
Diversity wins: How inclusion matters‍ article on a computer

Diversity wins: How inclusion matters

A sense of inclusion is strongly linked with employee engagement. McKinsey’s survey results show that many employees do not feel fully included at work and want their organisations to do more to advance inclusion and diversity. To do so, companies can address four factors. We love the factors identified here and agree bold action is the key for inclusion.

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For more about how we help organisations create an authentic sense of belonging, please visit the DE&I pages on our website.

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