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I have a disability, but you can’t see it
Culturally diverse women paid less, stuck in middle management longer and more likely to be harassed; history of gender-fluid menswear
According to WHO, there are over 1 billion people who live with some form of disability around the world. When people around the world access health care, employment, services and/or housing, they often experience stigma and discrimination. About 10% of Americans have a medical condition that could be considered an invisible disability. 96% of people with chronic medical conditions live with a condition that is invisible. These people do not use a cane or any assistive device and act as if they didn't have a medical condition.
When the disability is invisible, the challenge can be more. Hear the CBC story about what it could look like when intersectionality of race, culture, gender identity and health cross in the workplace.
Culturally diverse women paid less, stuck in middle management longer and more likely to be harassed – Australia
One way of tracking an organization’s progress on DEI is to measure representation numbers. But what does it mean when the representation of culturally diverse women is lacking? ABC News shares the story of what systemic barriers could look like.
Don’t miss the high-demand jobs from diverse and social impact valued employers
TalAcq-SO&O Strategic Initiatives Senior ManagerSource: https://sustainability-jobs.org
Inclusion & Diversity Executive Communications and Response Readiness Program ManagerSource: jobs.diversity.social
TalAcq-SO&O Strategic Initiatives Senior ManagerSource: jobs.diversity.social
Marriage and Family TherapistSource: High Paying Jobs
‘Fashioning Masculinities:’ Tracing the history of gender-fluid menswear – USA
Paris Fashion Week 2022 just came to an end. Gender-diverse fashion has been emerging. Did you know that feminine menswear is not new? In fact, it traces back to the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. CNN shares stories of gender-fluid artists and fashion.