Best Inclusion Practices: LGBT Diversity

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Palgrave Macmillan, Nov 28, 2012 - Business & Economics - 217 pages
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This compilation of experience and sound knowledge seeks to increase awareness about the specific circumstances of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) diversity. Based on a wide range of literature, it provides a global vision of this reality, explaining the evolution of homosexuality during history and reasons why it has been considered a sin, an illness and a crime. Due to its global scope, this volume presents reflections and solutions relevant to any type of international organization that aims to add LGBT inclusion practices to its agenda.
 

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Contents

LGBTs in Social Environments and at Work
111
Notes
189
Bibliography
202

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MARGARITA ALONSO is Alumni and Careers Director General at IE University, Spain. She has developed her professional career at IE in international areas of Spain and in the United States. She has also taught at Complutense University. She has a Master ́s degree in Marketing Management and at present is pursuing her doctoral studies at IE University focusing on women and LGBT studies. She holds an specialization in Foundations Management by New York University; Market Research by London School of Economics and LGBT Studies by Yale University. She is author of several articles regarding diversity and education in international press. She is also co-founder member of ieOut & Friends and a member of the Executive Committee at IE Business School. Margarita is fluent in Spanish and English and also speaks French and Russian.