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Tuesday, 27th June 2017
 

ATUL'S WISDOM BLOG

We are living in revolutionary times when ethics and diversity are rarely far from the news. I want to help leaders transform their understanding of equality and see it not as an 'us and them' issue, but one which is about 'us and us'. On this blog you will find topical commentary on some of our pressing leadership and culture change dilemmas, and practical ideas of embracing the richness of difference. I am grateful for your comments which are being shared with the whole world - dialogue is one of the best ways of building bridges and breaking walls. Welcome.

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Aug
12
2015
PREVENTING LEGAL CHAOS
Hindu, Caste Discrimination, Atul Shah, Uk 0 Comments
The Story of Caste Discrimination Legislation in UK and its adverse implications 'All that I Am' by the Singh Twins (their copyright), award winning UK artists celbrating British Indian identity ...
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Feb
02
2012
ITS THE ATTITUDE STUPID!
Leadership, Barriers, Talent, Discrimination, Training 0 Comments
A recent survey by Adecco has shown that nearly half of all employees are suspicious about a firm's diversity programmes and strategies. They think these events are more cosmetic than real, and sug...
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Feb
01
2012
GLOBAL MAJORITY LIVE HERE
Glass Ceiling, Culture Change, Discrimination 0 Comments
In the United Kingdom, the word used to describe and classify people from different cultural backgrounds is Black and Minority Ethnic - BAME. There are references to colour and to 'minority' status...
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Jan
27
2012
WHOSE DISABILITY?
Disability, Discrimination, Dialogue 0 Comments
Yesterday, I attended an event hosted by Essex University and FirstSite on the theme of Holocaust and Disability. A large number of disabled people from all races were killed in the Holocaust as th...
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