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  • Liberal Democracy and the Accommodation of Diversity

    Liberal Democracy and the Accommodation of Diversity

    Zhang Tu | | 0
    Liberal democracy is often accused of being indifferent to diversity, in terms of accommodating new groups with different ethnical, linguistic or religious backgrounds, within contemporary liberal democratic societies. This accusation is, however, untrue.
  • What is diversity?

    What is diversity?

    Protest against guest speakers on university campuses is something unworthy of a university. Diversity means accepting that some people have different opinions from your own.
  • The power of Diversity & Inclusion

    The power of Diversity & Inclusion

    How can different phenomena like state formation, cultural development, human rights and even life itself be linked to the principle of Diversity & Inclusion? And why is it important that we recognise its value? Read all about it in this blog.
  • How to feel more secure with less police

    How to feel more secure with less police

    In the Dutch national police force 3000 jobs have to be shed by 2017, reducing the presence of police officers on our streets. This need not endanger our sense of security, when we realise the importance of empathy and start practising it regularly.
  • Dilemmas of Diversity Management

    Dilemmas of Diversity Management

    Thyla Fontein | | 0
    Businesses face several dilemmas when it comes to ensuring a diverse workforce and offering work flexibility.
  • A cure for criminal corporations?

    A cure for criminal corporations?

    Gwen van Eijk | | 0
    Studies suggest there is little economic value in getting more women on corporate boards. From a criminological viewpoint, there may be good reasons for gender diversity.