Corporate Governance

Here’s how organizations can put intersectionality to work

Institutions now need to incorporate an understanding of intersectionality into their policies and practices Image: Yasin Yusuf for Unsplash

Kyle Zimmer
President and Chief Executive Officer, First Book
Pavitra Raja
Programme and Engagement Lead, Europe and Americas - Schwab Foundation, World Economic Forum
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Intersectionality is the complex, cumulative way in which the effects of multiple forms of discrimination combine Image: First Book

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