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12 Lenses into Diversity in South Africa
Edited by Preeya Daya & Kurt April
Publishing Date: February 2021
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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.
ABOUT THE EDITORS
Dr. Preeya Daya is an Academic Director at the Achievement Awards Group and an Executive Director at the Leadership Dialogue. She has a PhD in Business from UCT, and Master’s degree in Human Resource Management. Her consulting and research relates to organisational behaviour, including diversity and inclusion, employee engagement, leadership and personal mastery. Preeya teaches on executive programmes for the University of KwaZulu Natal and the University of Stellenbosch and she co-convenes a PhD programme in leadership, systems thinking and complexity at the Durban University of Technology. Preeya is a research associate of the University of Cape Town’s Allan Gray Centre for Values-Based Leadership and she serves on the Council for the Durban Chamber of Commerce, as Vice-Chair on the Human Resource Forum.
Prof. Kurt April is the Endowed Chair and Director of the Allan Gray Centre for Values-Based Leadership, specialising in Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion, at the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town. He is also an Orchestrator and Faculty member for Duke CE at Duke University, and Adjunct Faculty member of Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Previously he was a Research Fellow at Ashridge-Hult Business School; Visiting Professor at London Metropolitan University; Visiting Professor at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University; and Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Economics & Econometrics, University of Amsterdam.