Maybe it is because exclusion happens without us really thinking about it. We make choices, say things that come naturally to us. Inclusion, on the other hand, is a conscious action – we have to make an effort to behave inclusively. When conducting focus groups recently, one person said that she sat with other Zulu-speaking […]
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Why is “Inclusion” missing? Following on from our first blog, which explored the difference between diversity and inclusion, we are interested in looking a bit more closely at some of the challenges preventing inclusive behaviour and attitudes in the workplace. In a recent article in the African Journal for Business Management, April defines inclusion as […]
What ‘Inclusion’ is and what it could look like – 1 Building on the idea of oneness, South Africa offers a powerful African concept that supports a deeper understanding of inclusion. Ubuntu means (humanness – the condition or quality of being human). The concept can be further explored through the saying Umuntu ngu muntu ngabantu, […]