Why We Still Have Hope for 2020

So far, 2020 has not been going well.

 

In a recently published Op-Ed, Zabeen Hirji, Executive Advisor, Deloitte and former Chief Human Resources Officer, RBC and the Rt. Hon. David Johnston, Executive Advisor, Deloitte and former Governor General of Canada tell us why they think We Still Have Hope for 2020.

We instinctively know that deepening our understanding and appreciation for one another lies at the heart of peaceful societies. A number of individuals and organizations are working around the world doing just that – building respect and unlocking the potential of diversity. Reflecting on their achievements, we maintain a positive outlook for 2020. But we need these success stories more than ever. We need to celebrate and build on these trends, and not allow ourselves to be discouraged by global upheavals.

The Global Centre for Pluralism, a Canadian institution building respect for diversity around the globe, highlighted a number of these trends with their recent Global Pluralism Awards.

Read more at the source: https://www.pluralism.ca/press-release/hope-for-2020/

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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