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Announcing UBC JEDDI Seminar Series 2023-2024

The Justice, Equity, Diversity, Decolonization, and Inclusion (JEDDI) seminar series returns in 2023-2024 with an outstanding combination of hybrid and online talks […]

The Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics and the UBC Sauder Dean’s Office are excited to announce the return of theJEDDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Decolonization, & Inclusion) Seminar Series featuring academic and business thought leaders sharing their experiences and strategies for creating more just, equitable, diverse, decolonized, and inclusive workplaces. Sign up to be notified when registration opens for each seminar at https://bit.ly/Dhillon-JEDDI.

  • Fri., Sept. 22 (1-2:30pm; hybrid): Gender Inequality at Work
    • Mabel Abraham (Columbia University) will be joining us in person at UBC Sauder School of Business to share her work on the drivers of workplace gender inequality.
  • Fri., Jan. 19 (1-2pm; Zoom): The Geography of Inequality
    • Rebecca Diamond (Stanford University) will be joining us online to share her work exploring how geographic place, labor markets, and public policy influence households’ economic lives and inequality.
  • Fri., Feb. 2 (1:30-3pm; hybrid): Non-Standard Work
    • Catherine Connelly (McMaster University) will be joining us in person at UBC Sauder School of Business to share her work on how individuals adapt to contingent work arrangements, and the true organizational costs of hiring different types of contingent workers
  • Fri., Mar. 1 (1-2pm; Zoom): Consumer & Societal Wellbeing
    • Maura Scott (Florida State University) will be joining us online to share her work exploring how to help improve consumers’ financial, health, and food decisions, particularly among vulnerable populations.
  • Fri., Apr. 19 (1-2pm; Zoom): Storytelling MMIWG2S & Extraction
    • Shelley Price (University of Victoria) will be joining us online to share her work on on advancing the substantive equality of Indigenous women, girls, and 2SLGBTQQIAP+ persons working in the extraction industry and living close to development projects.

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