Can a one-size-fits-all approach to diversity work in Asia?
The killing of African-American George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers on 25 May 2020 led to a wave of grassroots demonstrations, first in cities across the US, but later to mass protests in more than 4,000 towns and cities worldwide. The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement has undoubtedly made employers in the west reassess and commit to tackling historic injustices and ending endemic racial discrimination in their workforces. But what about elsewhere around the globe?
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