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Only about 10-15% communicate a deep understanding of inclusivity issues, so you could pick those out but the rest you couldn't.
The focus of this center is to generate funding to advance global health and nursing education, promote international research initiatives and scholarly publications, increase the diversity of both nursing educators and students, and promote inclusivity.
Enacting inclusivity in an exclusionary climate: what motivates teachers to work against dominant special education and accountability discourses (Doctoral dissertation).
Successful diversity initiatives share at least one common element: support from organizational leaders who understand diversity is closely tied to engagement and infuse it into the school's talent practices, says Keith Caver, who leads the inclusivity practice at Towers Watson, a human resources firm.
The issue of inclusivity of children with special needs with the mainstream schools continues to gather more relevance in the context of UAE's alignment of its national agenda for education and for people with special needs.
We look forward to working closely with the new Government to achieve these goals in the spirit of accountability, inclusivity and respect for human rights.
Lucy is the new Head of Inclusivity, while David is now Senior Executive, Primetime Factuality.
What follows the Tikrit operation is this: Reconstruction, good governance, inclusivity and political partnership.
Hence, this initiative is our effort towards creating a strong foundation based on best practices in gender diversity and inclusivity to ultimately help us nurture and grow female talent within the company.
Pauline Black, one of the steering group recommending the city of culture bit, wants us to celebrate the "multi-cultural inclusivity of 2-Tone" (Coventry Telegraph, June 16).
In her new role as Head of Inclusivity, Lucy (Nina Sosanya) is concerned as she has to head up a discussion on inclusivity targets before an important watchdog meeting at Westminster.
Meanwhile, a new job title as Head of Inclusivity is enough to persuade Lucy Freeman to remain at the BBC, but she faces a new headache in the form of 'viralizing' Muslim BBC Weather, with a weather-man who seems more interested in his news anchor colleague than becoming a national icon.
Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville, right) looks on with bemusement as his inept colleagues are promoted - Lucy is now Head Of Inclusivity, while David has the title Senior Executive, Primetime Factuality.
Meanwhile Lucy, the new Head of Inclusivity, has to try to avert a cross-cultural crisis.
It was designed in consultation with local citizens, including the area's English, French and Aboriginal groups, to ensure cultural inclusivity.