CareerWise is always on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are three reports that we found interesting this week.
Young people are the most-affected demographic when it comes to the world’s rising socio-economic, political and environmental crises, but they are also the best placed to lead the transition to a more equitable world. This report is based on the insights and ideas of more than two million people, who participated in surveys and dialogues in more than 150 cities and 180 countries.
Building the evidence base about economic, health, and social inequities faced by LGBTQ2S-Plus individuals in Canada (SRDC)
This study has found persistent earnings gaps and other inequities experienced by lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals (LGB) in comparison with heterosexual men; outcomes for bisexual-identified people were consistently the poorest. Drivers of earning disparities experienced by LGB individuals were found to be diverse and interconnected with mental health.
This work suggests that the relationship between the charitable sector and the Charities Directorate requires a higher degree of communication, transparency and sensitivity on the part of the regulator to the context in which many charities must operate. The report suggests that many charities are critical of a concept of charity embedded in statute and regulation that is patriarchal and out of step with today’s environment.