20 septembre 2017

People on the move: growing mobility, increasing diversity

Education & Skills TodayInternational human mobility is on the rise. Increasing numbers of people are regularly coming and going across borders, and societies are growing increasingly diverse as a result. This raises some important questions. How can we ensure public services are accessible to a more diverse population? How can we ensure that respectful communication across languages and cultures is supported in society? A new Trends Shaping Education Spotlight discusses how education can be harnessed to tackle these questions and other implications of increasing mobility and diversity. More...

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College diversity officer – Demanding job, low resources

By Sarah Brown, The Chronicle of Higher Education. Seven months ago, Mark Brimhall-Vargas became Brandeis University’s chief diversity officer. He was the first person to hold that job, though he has spent about 20 years doing diversity work in higher education in the United States. More...

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19 septembre 2017

EUA focus group on diversity and inclusiveness – applications are open!

EUA is organising a focus group on universities’ approaches towards diversity and inclusiveness and invites university practitioners from across Europe who have experience with the topic to reply to the call for expressions of interest.
The event will be hosted by the University Lille 3 – Social Science and Humanities on 24 November 2017 in Lille, France. More...

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25 août 2017

Conditions d'attribution des allocations pour la diversité

Logo de l'Agence Régionale de la Formation tout au long de la vie (ARFTLV Poitou-charentes)Les allocations pour la diversité constituent un soutien essentiel en faveur de l’égal accès à la fonction publique. Les candidats les plus méritants au vu des résultats de leurs études antérieures, qui préparent un concours de catégorie A ou B de la fonction publique, peuvent demander cette aide de l'Etat.
Cette modification s'applique aux étudiants comme aux demandeurs d'emploi.
Circulaire du 28 juillet 2017. Plus...

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21 août 2017

Mozaïk RH accompagne les entreprises qui veulent s’ouvrir à la diversité

C2RP Carif-Oref Hauts-de-FranceC’est un dispositif qui vient d’être lancé par la préfecture du Nord. Elle financera le recrutement de diplômés issus de la diversité. Le cabinet Mozaïk RH se chargera de ces placements dans les entreprises. Plus...

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04 août 2017

Responsable diversité : un métier en quête de légitimité

Focus RH - Gestion de carrière et évolution professionnellePour la première fois, une étude française dresse les missions, les spécificités et les enjeux auxquels est confronté le manager de la diversité. Une enquête sociodémographique très détaillée qui permet de mettre en lumière ce cadre RH transversal en mal de reconnaissance. Plus...

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03 août 2017

UCLA releases data, steps for better diversity on US campuses

eCampus NewsThe Racial Heterogeneity Project issued its report that offers a conceptual lens and actionable steps for organizations, institutions, and states to improve data practices and more accurately capture and represent the nation’s racial and ethnic diversity. More...

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30 juillet 2017

How to crack the arts as a BME student: 'don't despair if your path isn't obvious'

The Guardian homeA recent report from AccessHE found that in London, Asian and black young people are underrepresented on creative arts and design courses. The report goes on to identify the barriers for BME students to take up arts and creative courses, including a perception that work in the arts pays poorly (if at all), and that prospects for career progression are few for non-white graduates. More...

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27 juillet 2017

Elite public schools that rely on entry exams fail the diversity test

The ConversationThe jewels in many an urban school district’s crown are their exam schools, competitive public schools that base enrollment on test scores. With a school like New York’s Stuyvesant, Boston Latin or Walter Payton (in Chicago) on their transcript, students are grouped with other, high-achieving peers, receive rigorous instruction and complete several Advanced Placement courses – all helping to clear a straight path to college and career success. More...

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12 juillet 2017

Author discusses his new book on high school that prepares low-income black students for higher education

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. Many colleges struggle to recruit and retain low-income black male students. Urban Preparation: Young Black Men Moving from Chicago's South Side to Success in Higher Education (forthcoming from Harvard Education Press) follows a cohort of students at Chicago's Urban Prep Charter Academy, and considers the lessons of their success. More...

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