In what ways can community colleges represent regional developments of anti-racism, inclusion, social justice, and liberation? Find out with anti-racism, equity, and inclusion consultants Pamela Felder-Small, Ph.D. and Sydney Freeman, Jr., Ph.D.
There has been much unhappiness, in writing and other forms of communication, towards the practice of greenwashing. Perhaps, we ought to take a different but not necessarily a lax or lenient view of greenwashing.
The mandatory CSR approach has given a lot of momentum to strategic CSR in India. What measures would enable companies to reap the maximum benefit? Also, how can CSR research inform policy and practice to achieve these objectives? When is CSR meaningful and when is it actually just greenwashing or SDG washing?
As Universities consider their place as educators in the wake of the pandemic we all work to reimagine provision, reflect on the impact of the transition to online learning for our staff and what opportunities and challenges it provides as we emerge back onto a hybrid space.
Read some critical reflections from Professor Mok, on the impact that COVID-19 has had on higher education.
Pamela Felder-Small, Ph.D., Founder Black Doctorates Matter, states that increased representation of African American scholars in the fields of nursing and public health is critical to shaping the educational and socioeconomic conditions of historically marginalised communities.
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