In this podcast episode, Maya Sen of the Harvard Kennedy School discusses the increasing polarization in the U.S. federal courts and strategic conflict between lawyers and conservative politicians in the states.
wapppHKSLivingston's book is an essential tool for individuals, organizations & communities of all sizes to jump-start dialogue on #racism & #bias & to transform well-intentioned statements on diversity into concrete actions.
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wapppHKS🎉Congratulations to @Kennedy_School's Robert Livingston! 🎉
Livingston's book, "The Conversation," is a finalist for this year’s Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award.
wapppHKS“We need a truly survivor-centered police and justice system where law enforcement officers are fully trained, supported by management and enjoy the trust of their communities," says former WAPPP Leader in Practice @phumlambongcuka.
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wapppHKS#Negotiation has a connotation of combativeness & competition that makes people uncomfortable. However, negotiations are ubiquitous. And they matter. Dr. Negin Toosi joins us for our seminar series to discuss the role of gender, race, & culture in shaping negotiation behaviors. t.co/a0m4tEw9q6
wapppHKSThis @FortuneMagazine article cites research by Robin J. Ely of @HarvardHBS which argues that making the business case for conscious capitalism detracts from the broader goal of enabling managers to run better organizations.
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wapppHKSEconomist @leonora_risse, WAPPP Fellow 2019-20, discusses the nuances of the gender pay gap in Australia and provides policy remedies for this seemingly intractable issue.
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wapppHKSIn this podcast episode, @Harvard psychologist Mahzarin @banaji discusses how we can interrogate our gut feelings, consciously change the way we see people who are different from us, and create major social change.
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wapppHKS🚨Open Call for Papers🚨
Virtually undisciplined is the bi-annual conference for @wiasnofficial. The theme of this conference is situated around interconnectivity and diversity.
Learn more about the conference and how to submit a paper here: t.co/6jQ1EL6CyHt.co/I2EfvBvnJh
wapppHKSWhile developing countries have been catching up to their richer counterparts on some key metrics, they appear to be falling behind on others, says Ricardo Hausmann of the Harvard @Kennedy_School.
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