Digressions of a Fijan: Diversity and why it Matters

Isabella Naiduki, Fijian in the UK shares her thoughts on diversity and why it matters as this month's guest blogger. I grew up with a lot of privilege, I had a two parent family, I attended a semi-private school, never knew what it was like to go without a meal or any other basic life … Continue reading Digressions of a Fijan: Diversity and why it Matters

Do we really Accept Others as They Are?

Written by Sandra Larson. Unconditional acceptance and love are seemed to be the simplest things we could give to others. But do we really accept people as they are? Society is divided into two types of people: those who accept you and those who don’t. Let’s see the main diversity problems of the modern world … Continue reading Do we really Accept Others as They Are?

Diversity and Inclusivity: LGBT in UK FinTech Industry

In celebration of LGBT History Month in the UK and Black History Month in the US, DueDil organised an event to bring together people from the LGBTQ (+Allies) community, showcase celebrate diverse voices, and address diversity in the UK FinTech industry. Yana Binaev is this month's guest blogger “Normality is to be different. Every person is a different person. … Continue reading Diversity and Inclusivity: LGBT in UK FinTech Industry

TLE Guest blog post: Kai Lutterodt on Diversity Matters Awareness Week #DMAW16

Earlier last week, I had the honour of writing a review of Diversity Matters Awareness Week for UAL Teaching and Learning Exchange (TLE) blog... The department which put out an open call for "student-staff collaboration" projects (that infamous bright pink poster which caught my attention to apply by submitting a proposal) - and resulted in DMAW16 becoming a reality! … Continue reading TLE Guest blog post: Kai Lutterodt on Diversity Matters Awareness Week #DMAW16