There is a history of distrust between communities of colour and emerging technologies such as AI. How can we rebuild trust and ensure AI is used ethically?
February is Black History Month and 10 years since Trayvon Martin’s death sparked the Black Lives Matter movement. Here are key moments over the decade.
Critical race theory is a way of thinking about America’s history through the lens of racism, by examining how the legacy of slavery and segregation is embedded in modern-day legal system...
The BBC's Director of Creative Diversity and author of Diversify, June Sarpong, asks whether progress is being made in the fight against racism.
The US celebrates Black History Month in February. Here's what to know about the event's origins and purpose, and how to celebrate this year and the 2022 theme.
A new roadmap aims to empower social entrepreneurs so leaders across society can accelerate innovation, support communities and promote racial equity.
Sidney Poitier played a pivotal role during the civil rights movement. After his recent passing, we remember him as an icon of the film industry.
AI technology ethics are already being questioned, with critics saying systems could compromise privacy, target marginalized groups and normalize intrusive surveillance.
Institutions need to incorporate an understanding of intersectionality into their policies and practices – including recruitment and leadership style.
Examples of media, entertainment and sports brands that are bringing their diversity commitments to life.
Nearly 40% of rural Black Americans have no internet at home and the lack of available services and cost contribute to the digital gap.
We have a moral and economic imperative to end racism and racial injustice. Here's what the World Economic Forum and GHR Foundation are doing about it.
Universities provide an environment to shape the world in which we want to live and help students contribute to an equitable world.
A new paper shows that racial and ethnic inequalities have cost the US economy $51 trillion in lost output since 1990.
Universities can be places of exclusion as well as enlightenment – unless they are set up to provide upward mobility for all. Here's how to do it