Drawing on the insights of numerous academic leaders, 12 Lenses into Diversity in South Africa will help you facilitate constructive and open discussions around important issues, such as:
- The narratives of racism in South Africa.
- Critical reflections on privilege and complicity in South Africa.
- Employment equity legislation: A review of progress between 1999 and 2020.
- Gender identity and transformation in South Africa: Past, present and future.
- Gender inequality at work.
- Responding to gender-based violence in South Africa: Lessons from higher education.
- Diversity in the workplace through a generational lens.
- Inclusive solutions to mental health challenges: Creative resistance from the margins.
- Ubuntu ethics and human rights: Implications for rehabilitation practices in indigenous African families of persons with disabilities (PWDs).
- Religious diversity and social cohesion: The importance of mediated inter-group contact in the workplace in South Africa.
12 Lenses into Diversity in South Africa calls for responsible inclusion from all – individually and organisationally, by ordinary citizens as well as those in positions of power. In harnessing the best of our African, Western heritage and Eastern heritage, we can create a brighter future for all who live and work in South Africa.
- Professor Melissa Steyn, founding director of the Wits Centre for Diversity Studies (WiCDS)
- Kudzaiishe Vanyoro, Media and Liaison Officer at the Wits Centre for Diversity Studies (WiCDS)
- Professor Stella Nkomo, Department of HRM, University of Pretoria
- Professor Nasima Carrim, Professor, University of Pretoria
- Professor Anita Bosch, Professor, University of Stellenbosch Business School
- Dr. Claire Kelly, Acting Head of Transformation at Stellenbosch University
- Professor Linda Ronnie, Professor, Organisational Behaviour and People Management, School of Management Studies, University of Cape Town
- Cal Volks, Infertility and reproductive health counsellor at the Victorian Assisted Treatment Authority in Melbourne
- Gabriel Khan, stream leader for inclusivity capacity building, Office for Inclusivity & Change, University of Cape Town
- Dr. Sianne Alves, Director, Office for Inclusivity & Change (OIC), University of Cape Town
- Professor Gubela Mji, Director and Professor, Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation Studies, Global Health Department, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University
- Dr. Chioma Ohajunwa, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Stellenbosch University
- Professor Dion Forster, Associate & Professor and Director of the Beyers Naude Centre for Public Theology in the Faculty of Theology at Stellenbosch University.