Not a cat

My favourite episode of Blackadder is the one in which Baldrick burns the manuscript of Dr Samuel Johnson’s dictionary. As Edmund scrambles to re-write the […]

Reinventing the path from knowledge to action in global health

At the Geneva Learning Foundation (TGLF), we have just begun to share a publication like no other. It is titled Overcoming barriers to vaccine acceptance in […]

Symmetra Connect continues its series on diversity and inclusion with free events in Sydney & Melbourne

There is no denying that contemporary businesses face a new set of challenges in the workplace. With the world around us constantly changing and evolving, […]

Shifting employers to proactively look after the psychosocial well-being of employees

A massive paradigm shift and a new conceptual approach to workplace mental health hazards is about to be established by law in Australian workplaces. What […]

How to ethically gather DEI data in organisations

Gathering DEI data in organisations is often a first step in implementing a comprehensive DEI strategy. However, DEI surveys and data-gathering exercises may expose organisations […]

Symmetra Connect is back with a series of diversity and inclusion events

  Diversity and inclusion have become the DNA of any business that has succeeded in creating a safe and diverse workplace for all employees. Many […]

Help Jane Hart compile the Top Tools for Learning list!

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Women have finally been heard in Australian politics

Women in Australia have at last been heard. They have played a major role in the outcome of the federal election and have said: enough! […]

It’s high time women are afforded access to abortion globally

After the stunning body blow delivered by the US Supreme Court in depriving women of their constitutional right to seek an abortion, many institutions have […]

53 years after Stonewall, the challenges continue

June ushers in another Pride Month and it opens at a tumultuous time for LGBTQIA+ rights all over the world. The sobering reality is that […]

The fight for access to abortion as Roe v Wade overturned

The US Constitutional Court’s ruling in Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organisation—overturning Roe v Wade—has delivered a seismic and profound shock to the socio-political fabric […]

Reflecting on how IDAHOBIT came to be

In the UK, where I am working at the moment with some of Symmetra’s global clients, a remarkable event has occurred which seems destined to […]

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