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D&I Weekly News Round Up: Well being, Racial equity, and more

Welcome to the latest edition of our Diversity & Inclusion News Round-Up. Today we are talking about WEF’s Global Racial and Ethnic Equity Framework, the art of doing nothing, a project using AI to reimagine childhood pictures of trans people, and how postnatal depression can also impact dads.

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Racial equity

The WEF (Word Economic Forum), together with 55 partners, has created the Global Racial and Ethnic Equity Framework. It is based on 10 Guiding Principles and can help address racial inequity in an organization. Insightful article, with five corporate leaders sharing how to implement the principles.

Mental health

Postnatal/postpartum depression impacts approximately 10-15% of women in the first year after giving birth. But new research has shown that men can be impacted as well – often without getting the right support. Read more here.


After transition, some trans people report that they feel uncomfortable seeing their childhood pictures. “Saved Memories” is a project from various German NGOs and was launched on May 17th, International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT), showing how AI can help. Watch the video.  

Well being

Interesting article about “Niksen”, the trend from the Netherlands that translates to “doing nothing”, and can help people to manage stress and improve well-being.

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