Tag Archives: Diversity

Diversity Project Coordinator – the Transition Network is recruiting

The Transtion Network is recruiting a Diversity Project Coordinator to ‘Develop models and practices to enable the transition movement to successfully engage across culture, race, faith and income groups’.  Full details are here. The recruitment detail refers to a recent piece of research that others may find helpful. A Fine City in Transition gives a [...]

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The Environment Sector and Race

Michael Shamash – DITO, Tower Hamlets | Chris Church – Director CEA | Julian Agyeman – Tufts University GUEST POST from Capacity Global Could the environmental sector do a better job of engaging with ethnic and other minorities and helping them solve their problems? Yes it could, by a long way. According to a new [...]

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21 Years On – Diversity and the Environment Movement

On 18 September 2009 Capacity Global will launch their report and maniesto: ’21 Years On: Environment and Diversity’. Professor Julian Agyeman (pictured) will be the keynote speaker at the event. Julian is a member of Capacity Global’s Advisory Board and Professor and Chair of the Department of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning, at the Massachusetts-based Tufts University. This is an [...]

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