Equalities, inequalites and diversity: Professor Geraldine Healy
22 March 2012
Visiting Scholar Professor Geraldine Healey is Professor of Employment Relations and Director of the Centre for Research in Equality and Diversity (CRED) in the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary, University of London. CRED is leading international centre in the field of equality, inequalities and diversity.
Her recent work has explored the intersectionality between gender and ethnicity, equality policies and practices, the career development of young black workers and inequalities in low paid and highly qualified health work and a UK/US comparative study of women and trade union leadership. She has published widely in leading international journals and her books include: Diversity, Ethnicity, Migration and Work: International perspectives (2011) with Franklin Oikelome, Equality, Inequalities and Diversity: Contemporary challenges and strategies (2010) with Gill Kirton and Mike Noon (eds), Ethnicity and Gender at Work - Inequalities, Career and Employment Relations (2008) with Harriet Bradley, The Future of Worker Representation (2004) edited with Ed Heery, Phil Taylor, and Women and Trade Union Leadership with Gill Kirton, which is forthcoming in 2012.
Location: Darlington Centre
More info: http://sydney.edu.au/business/research/wwrg