Platform researcher, Assistant Professor, Claudia Eger is co-author of the book 'Tourism and Gender-Based Violence: Challenging Inequalities', on the violence that women and girls encounter in tourism consumption and production. And you are invited to the virtual book launch...
Yvette Lind, Assistant Professor in tax law, Jur.dr. and member of the CBS research platforms for both inequality and diversity, has been selected for the TaxCOOP 35 Leaders of the Future excellence list this year.
The award is given for her strong contribution to the discussion on taxation and democracy in times of climate crisis and COVID19.
Members of the Diversity and Difference Platform have created an innovative and co-creative workshop format called GenderLAB that combines elements from design thinking and norm-critical exercises with the latest research insights on gender diversity and unconscious bias
As both a study- and workplace, it’s important for Copenhagen Business School to send a loving message of valuing diversity and show willingness to walk that extra mile for an inclusive learning environment