Founder of Time2Start, Hawa Dramé shares her take on inclusive entrepreneurship as an avenue for individual and community development, and how she is working to capture this potential.
Together, we investigated the variety of biases in tech — whether they influence the way algorithms are created, or the number of women in the industry.
What can business leaders do to make sure they are creating an environment where every employee feels comfortable being themselves? To answer this question and more, The Choice spoke to Dame Inga Beale.
Chief Conduct Officer Marguerite Burghardt shares her view on the convictions it takes to be a leader, where more work is needed for diversity in business, and why inclusion starts with education.
Did you know only 11% of women hold leadership positions in the design field? The Choice spoke with Olga Voskoboinikova, Product Design Team Lead and alumna of ESCP’s Women in Leadership programme, about how she beat the odds and how we can help other women do the same.
Visually impaired at birth, Benjamin Louis devotes his days to promoting inclusion among people with disabilities. He talks about his personal journey and his desire to drive change, particularly through sport.
Since human bias is at the source of the discrimination, a way to reduce it may be to teach the engineers who are doing the AI programming.
There is a lot of work left to reach gender equality and inclusion in academia among other trades, and room for initiatives like CYGNA, writes Prof. Argyro Avgoustaki.
EMIB student David Marcouly tells a gifted girl’s story, and what it says about cognitive diversity in the workplace.
For Prof. Daniela Lup, inclusive practices for hiring and promoting neurodiverse talent can bolster creativity and innovation.
Companies are increasingly faced with religious demands at a global level. Prof. Géraldine Galindo and her co-author assess the tools that corporations have been trying to design in order to address this sensitive issue.