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Today is International Diversity Day, and the right way to celebrate seems like a multilingual chorus of “Hooray!” It’s also the ideal time to re-examine diversity in light of many new workplace realities and to consider whether a shift to remote work might create an opportunity to build a more diverse workforce.
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Question: What do Comoros, Micronesia, Tajikistan and Tuvalu have in common? Answer: They are among the very few – 18, to be exact – countries with no officially reported cases of the novel coronavirus (as of this writing). Indeed, one would have to reach far back in living memory to find an event whose global reach matches that of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, although its grip enfolds virtually the entire world, the pressure is not evenly distributed among all people and places.
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Women in Zambia, like everywhere else around the world, face many obstacles as they try to exercise their rights. Despite the great strides made by the international women's rights movement over the years, women and girls still face numerous challenges in their quest to attain equality.
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Gender roles are being scrambled during this pandemic, with millions who used to work in an office now working from home—and simultaneously taking on caregiving responsibilities. For some men in particular, this new reality presents an opportunity to engage in household activities traditionally stereotyped as “feminine” or otherwise re-examine or re-imagine their role as partners.
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