Kadie Ward

Commissioner and Chief Administrative Officer, Pay Equity Commission, Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development
  • Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development
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  • Canada
Gabriela Troncoso

Expert Services Mananger, Enhesa

Lida Tsene

Founder, Athens Comics Library

Dr Mohamed Eltwabty

public relations manager , Crystal Group for International Trade

심영경

학생, 동아보건대학교

간호,SGDs,정부,코로나19 바이러스, NGO등  다양하게 커뮤니티 할수 있습니다~!^^

Mathieu Vaassen

CEO, RoomForWork Enterprise BV

  • MAKING EMPLOYMENT ACCESSIBLE FOR PEOPLE WITH ANY KIND OF DISABILITIES

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/making-employment-accessible-people-any-kind-mathieu-vaassen-/

  • A SOLUTION AFTER DECADES OF YEARS IS COMING

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/solution-after-decades-years-coming-mathieu-vaassen-/

The Meaning of Web Accessibility Initiative;

The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) defines digital accessibility as the following: “Web accessibility means that people in disability situations can use the Web. More precisely, they can perceive, understand, browse, and interact with the Web, and contribute to the Web. The accessibility of the Web also benefits others, notably the elderly population whose abilities change with age.

Web accessibility includes all disabilities that affect access to the Web including visual, audio, physical, speech, cognitive, and neurological disabilities. Accessibility equally includes people having any problem with computer hardware (very slow speed, old computer, lack of knowledge of the use of computer tools, etc).

The solution is how we bring people with disabilities into contact with employers and thereby improve their quality of life by participating in society with a job or starting a business

RoomForWork Enterprise has a solution to bring people with disabilities into contact with employers through digital accessibility technology where job seekers with disabilities (mentally/physical) can be matched autonomously and intelligently with vacancies/projects or Gigs from clients via AI matching technology

Soon more information about how our project connects to these forgotten people

See my calendar for a date https://meetings-eu1.hubspot.com/meetings/mathieu-vaassen

Mathieu Vaassen CEO RoomForWork Enterprise BV Email: mathieu@roomforwork.com

Ralph Mercer

Researcher, Salto Mortale

Technology Culturalist, Decentered futurist, Dyslexic, Posthumanist; Exploring the Futures using Causal Layered Analysis at the intra-section of humans and technologies.

Yorokee Kapimbua

Manager , Bris Tutors Consultancy

Jose Luis Ramon

Diputado , Protectora fuerza política

Sidibe

Student in international relation , Bobo Dioulasso

Etudiant en droit des relations internationales. 

Tous les sujets m'intéressent. 

Merci de me suivre 🙏🙏

Hirona Matayoshi

Professor, Yokohama National University International Strategy Organization

Professor Hirona Matayoshi is a Professor in Applied Linguistics at Yokohama National University. She earned her B.A in Political Science at Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, CT and her M.Ed. in Curriculum, Instruction and Technology in Education (Applied Linguistics & TESOL) at the Temple University Graduate School (College of Education) in Philadelphia, USA. Professor Hirona Matayoshi is bilingual in English, Japanese, and Semi-lingual in the Okinawan language (designated as an endangered language by the UNESCO since 2009). Prior to joining the faculty at Yokohama National University, she was an Associate Professor at Osaka Seikei University Department of Global Tourism and Business, she was an Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Language and Culture at Osaka University, a Lecturer at Rikkyo University and Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan. Professor Matayoshi's research centers around 3 themes: The first theme is based upon Bilingual Education that focuses upon the preservation of indigenous languages and culture. The second theme is Applied Linguistics (Curriculum Development) including governmental policies (OECD) architecturally influencing global education. The third theme is using the first and second themes to examine and assist Intangible Heritage volunteer groups to sustain their cultural heritage (language, art, and architecture) through merging all possibilities to promote and reconstruct.

Sara Dorato

Communication Consultant, Sara Dorato

I am a Marketing and Communications consultant working in this field since 2012.

I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication, a Master Double Degree in International Marketing Communication and I am graduating in Business Management and Digital Technologies.

I am determined, flexible, open-minded, and eager to learn and improve myself. Having studied and worked in an international environment, I have developed skills in intercultural communication and global challenges in fact-based content dissemination. Understanding, simplifying, and disseminating in a captivating way, are the key skills I have learned from my work experience within the University of Milan and the recent consultant activity for ASEF Public Health network, inspecting crucial and forward-looking topics for our society. I believe new digital technologies are crucial to spread knowledge and build a better future based on the distribution of information.

Sydney Heimbrock

Chief Industry Advisor for Government, Qualtrics

As the Chief Industry Advisor for Government at Qualtrics, Dr. Sydney Heimbrock works at the nexus of customer experience, human capital and process improvement to drive organizational transformation. She led international labor market policy transformation initiatives for the US Department of Labor’s International Labor Affairs Bureau, published original research on job training policies, and served as a senior executive in the US Office of Personnel Management.  Prior to joining Qualtrics, she helped Deloitte build human-centered design capabilities into its offerings for governments. She holds degrees from London School of Economics, Stanford University, Syracuse University and Miami University.

Fatih Yilmaz

Director of Partnerships & Projects, Beyond the Horizon ISSG

Fatih Yilmaz is the director of partnerships & projects, a project manager, and a research fellow at Beyond the Horizon ISSG. His focus areas are migration & integration, diversity & inclusion and peace & security. He has been involved in several EU projects with leading roles including All-in-one 4HER,  ORIENT8 and Supermentor. 

chukwuebuka Francis okoye

Medical Doctor, Nigerian Air Force Military Hospital

Juan Guzman Romana

Director Ejecutivo, Fundación Blas Valera - Peru

Anila Noor

Ecosystem Builder for Inclusion and Equality, New Women Connectors

Anila Noor is a refugee-activist based in the Netherlands. Noor has diverse experience working with national and international nonprofit organisations and causes namely dealing with peace-building efforts, refugee integration, and education special focus on women rights. She has been active in advocating for refugee resettlement and social/political engagement of refugees in Europe. Anila Noor has initiated New Women Connectors, a movement striving for mainstreaming the unheard voices of migrant and refugee women living across Europe. New Women Connectors is a perspective-shift to the refugee agenda and advocates inclusion than integration as a policy choice. The movement also helps newcomer refugee women to lift their spirits and make something of it. 

She found herself involved in the subjects of forced migration and identity crisis when she had to go through the same experience. Since, she has been working as a refugee social entrepreneur focusing on Forced Migration, Asylum, Refugee Policies and Advocacy for the Rights of Migrants. Noor is currently working on the subject of Receiving Refugees in Urban Settings: Narratives from the European Countries.

New Women Connectors on YouTube