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Towards A Global Educational Advancement
We are running a seasonal lecture series of professional conversation on relationship reconciliation: dichotomy and dilemma with international speakers starting from February 15, 2020. The purpose of addressing this issue is to promote peace and love in relationships. The objective is to foster a movement toward global educational advancement, choice, completion, and attainment. A comprehensive insight is provided into real-life cases using pseudonyms to conceal the characters. Please, for your catch up, start with Part 1 and/or download the case brief attached below prior to the events, listening to or watching the audio and/or video series.
In this 20 minutes lecture, and by exploring the key question “How does IDEA translate to you?”, Dr. Kafayat focuses on clarifying and understanding accountability, equity, diversity, and inclusion. She draws an inference from the ‘girl-child’ vs. ‘boy-child’ perspectives and talks about the 5Ps of managing the global coronavirus plague. She argues that inclusion starts with bridging the imbalance gender gap within the family. As much as we are empowering the ‘girl-child’ to be more independent, outspoken, and confidence in her education, boardroom, business as well as in government, we need to equally be accountable for guiding and counselling the ‘boy-child’ from childhood to adulthood and to manhood to become more responsible and reliable. In doing so, this will prevent our boys from forming the gangster committees that could lead to making our communities more vunerable to dangerous associates. The consequences of neglecting and/or uplifting one gender at the detriment of the other are enormous because, in their diverse roles and capabilities, both genders contribute to the sustainable economic development of the society.
It was a great honor and privilege to deliver a live interactive lecture on romantic relationships to female professionals and entrepreneurs at the Sisters’ Forum UK. Thanks to all the distinguished participants for their active engagement.