by June Sarpong

On Sale: 02/11/2017


About the Book

'Engaging and informative … highlights our common humanity' Kofi Annan

‘A passionately written polemic' You Magazine

In troubling times, it's tempting to retreat to our comfort zones. To people just like us.

But what if actively seeking the unfamiliar was proven to be the key to a brighter future – both personally and for society
at large?

In this fierce, empowering call to arms, June Sarpong MBE puts the spotlight on groups who are often marginalised in our society, including women, those living with disabilities, and the LGBTQ community. Diversify uncovers how a new approach to how we work, learn and live can help us reach our maximum potential, lessen the pressure on the state, and solve some of the most stubborn challenges we face.

Drawing on new case studies – from shared parental leave, to flexible teaching methods, to communal living for pensioners and students – and with never-before published research from Oxford University, Diversify is an fierce and empowering guide to navigating a new way. And, alongside stellar research and inspiring stories are six simple and revolutionary exercises: the first steps on a journey to overcoming personal prejudice and reaping the huge rewards.

The old way isn't working.
This is a case for change.

Product Details

  • ISBN: 9780008259853
  • ISBN 10: 0008259852
  • Imprint: HQ Non Fiction - GB
  • On Sale: 02/11/2017
  • Pages: 288
  • List Price: 29.99 AUD
  • BISAC1: Society & social sciences / Social discrimination & inequality


June Sarpong MBE (born 31 May 1977) has enjoyed a 15-year career which has already seen her become one of the most recognizable faces of British television. She has interviewed everyone – from Nelson Mandela to Tony Blair to 50 Cent.She's also the co-founder of the WIE Network (Women: Inspiration and Enterprise), and of the DNA Summit (Decide Now Act), an initiative that bring together some of the most innovative minds in the world to generate ideas and initiatives that will effect lasting social change. June Sarpong was awarded an MBE for her services to broadcasting, philanthropy and charity, making her along one of the youngest people to receive an MBE.

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