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He added that history has taught Canadians that inclusiveness and respect for diversity provide the best foundation for a prosperous, secure and well-governed country.
Social enterprises, which are organizations that make profit out of addressing social problems, naturally had the highest levels of inclusiveness.
Companies had the lowest mean score on the inclusiveness indicator measuring to what extent are the poor targeted as customers, with a mean rating of 3.
I am here on behalf of Dubai Club for People with Determination to support the cause of inclusiveness.
Furthermore, understanding the true meanings of justice, tolerance, and inclusiveness is a challenge for Egyptian society.
Previous efforts by the NLN, including the development by members of a Diversity Toolkit, were designed to strengthen academic cultures in diversity and inclusiveness.
Rapid growth also contributes directly to inclusiveness because it provides greater access to income and employment opportunities.
While we have given a distinctive theme to each of these global events, it is clear to us that the three themes of growth, innovation and inclusiveness are intertwined and dependant on each other.
Let's have inclusiveness, let's respect all and treat all with equity.
She said these will include issues to do with the rule of law, justice, diversity and inclusiveness in nation-building as well as constitutional process and the upcoming elections after the four year transitional period.
Compared to the multi-billion cost of scrapping Nimrod may I suggest there may be somewhat bigger fish to fry than having a pop at the inclusiveness and national respect of the Census approach?
We want to help colleges and universities drive diversity and inclusiveness on campus, and we want them to understand how important it is to us as a global employer," says Gioia Pisano, the company's inclusiveness recruiting leader.
Effective TAFE inclusiveness strategies are vital to equitable building of individual human capital outcomes, for community strengthening and for ensuring that those who are disadvantaged are able to access opportunities to develop initial knowledge and skills, become lifelong learners and maintain up-to-date skills, guaranteeing that they too can contribute, in an ongoing way, to maximising the stock of available industry skills.
In Peter's incredulity, we glimpse how very difficult it was for the first disciples to "get" the radical inclusiveness that is God's reign, encompassing even strangers, enemies, and the unclean.