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Equality & people

Our initiatives aim to reduce inequalities, paying attention to the needs of disadvantaged and marginalised populations. They highlight that equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world.

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Kindness matters

At a time when the future is uncertain and we can feel disconnected, the smallest act can have the biggest effect. Kindness matters!

Here at Emerald, we believe that protecting our mental health and wellbeing is crucial to avoiding burnout, so we have brought together some research and information to help you during these challenging times.

Quality education and learning

We’re looking to build on the amount of meaningful research we publish in the field of education and learning and would love to hear more about your current research in the area. Discover your different routes to publication: journals, books and our open access programme.

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Inclusive societies – disabilities

For research to have real impact, it must be inclusive – shaped by diverse voices at every stage. We are committed to supporting diversity in the work we publish, in our workforce and in wider society.

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Pride

For research to have real impact, it must be inclusive – shaped by diverse voices at every stage. We are committed to supporting diversity in the work we publish, in our workforce and in wider society.

To mark Pride month 2019, we've gathered together research from across our books, cases and journals, and made it free for you to read.

 

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#BlackLivesMatter – beyond the hashtag

Black lives matter (BLM) is a global activist movement which campaigns against racism, discrimination and violence towards black people.

In the latest special issue published within Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, guest editors Kecia Thomas and Leslie Ashburn-Nardo explore the evidence of anti-black racism which currently appears within educational contexts, workplaces, and healthcare settings.

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Six ways to empower women across the world

“We can do it” – This iconic phrase was first introduced during World War Two; next to the infamous image of a women in overalls ready to work. Until this day this image has symbolized solidarity and empowerment for women.

So 75 years later what exactly are we doing to help empower women to go out and ‘do it’?

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More on equality & people

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Author: Logan HartnellAdler University, Chicago, Illinois, [email protected]_Lhartnell In the midst of an international health crisis, many of us find ourselves…

14th May 2020

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Women in education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) face challenges. A recent unique study by Dr Rania Sawalhi, Mr Ghaith Hawari, Dr Maen Altengi…

13th May 2020

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Promoting positive mental health and avoiding burnout In these challenging times we believe that now, more than ever, it’s important to stay…

12th May 2020

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The digital divide is the disparity between those who have access and can benefit from use of ICT to technology and those who cannot. There are…

23rd April 2020

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We share how we’re striving to get research & resources into the hands of those who need it most. “The answers to the coronavirus crisis will…

23rd April 2020

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The Bill Anderson Fund (BAF) was set up in 2014 in memory of Dr. William (Bill) Averette Anderson; scholar, researcher, and policy-maker who deeply…

15th April 2020

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Author: Dr Jo Edwards, Director, Lucidity Solutions Ltd Back in January, I wrote a guide to being productive. Top tips included not working nine-to-…

15th April 2020

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By Professor Lene Fossolette- Jönköping University, Professor Colette Henry- Dundalk Insitute of Technology & Professor Kate Lewis- Manchester…

15th April 2020

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Author: Yellow Brick Consulting As Transition and Activation Planning project managers, we have encountered many different project crises over the…

6th April 2020

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Authors: Professor James Treadwell, Professor in Criminology at Staffordshire University Dr Adam Lynes, Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham…

3rd April 2020

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Related books

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Gender Bias and Digital Financial Services in South Asia

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SDG5 - Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women and Girls

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Race Discrimination and Management of Ethnic Diversity and Migration at Work

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