Monthly Archives: August 2011

Assumptions about Racial Characteristics – a recipe for prejudice

“Is it wrong to note 100m winners are always black?” I start by saying that this is not my phrase, but the headline question of Matthew Syed, former UK professional table tennis player and now BBC journalist who also writes … Continue reading

Posted in age equality, beyond diversity, Bullying & Harassment, discrimination, Equality & Diversity, gender equality, inequality, management, Prejudice, race equality, Uncategorized, workplace bullying | 6 Comments

Men Only Sports Club – unacceptable!

This post is not as contemporary as some I write, but was away last week, so I hope you will excuse the slight belatedness of this comment, which once again uses sport as its stimulus. I have kept it deliberately … Continue reading

Posted in beyond diversity, discrimination, Equality & Diversity, Equality Act, gender equality, glass ceiling, inequality, Prejudice, Sexism, Uncategorized | 10 Comments