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Embracing the future of inclusivity in the tech industry
Nzube Ufodike, nominated Chair of new BCS Specialist Group, EMBRACE, speaks to Blair Melsom MBCS about why now is the right time for a group dedicated to supporting marginalised communities and diversifying membership.
BCS to launch new group for racial diversity
Embrace - a new specialist group for racial diversity will be launched this month by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT to support IT professionals from ethnic minorities and to advise BCS - the professional body for computing - on diversity matters.
Diversity in Tech - The Awkward Conversation
IT leaders and policy makers need to create more diverse and inclusive teams - that’s the conclusion of a recent webinar held by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT.
Diversity in tech: The awkward conversation
BAME IT professionals are statistically less likely to be in positions of responsibility than those of white ethnicity.
Is the dial shifting for underrepresented groups in the UK’s tech sector?
George Floyd’s death and the resulting Black Lives Matter movement has raised awareness about the disparity in many areas of society, including the tech sector. Many firms claim to be headed for change, but will this change be sustained into the future?
BAME IT workers better qualified, but less likely to be in top jobs
BAME IT professionals are less likely to be in positions of responsibility than those of white ethnicity - despite on the whole being better qualified, a new study has found.
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