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Tara Moss: On the impact of HR and gender equality


We interview author and human rights advocate Tara Moss, who joined AHRI to celebrate International Women’s Day 2017 about the challenges women face and what HR can do to help.

While we know there aren’t nearly enough women in management positions, it’s easy to dismiss structures that stifle women’s right to be heard as something that happens in other places, but not in our own.

That’s simply not the case.

Tara Moss speaks to us about the fact that women’s voices remain seriously underrepresented in public life, everywhere from politics, to movies. We sat down with her to talk about HR’s  unique position to make a positive difference, how women and girls can speak up, and her new TV show about cyberbullying.

Learn about the latest in HR at AHRI’s national and state events in 2017, and network with your peers at your local network forum.

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Justine
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Justine

What qualifies Tara Moss (model, actress,”author”) to tell HR professionals about our role? LOL. Come on AHRI, don’t diminish our profession with fluff like this

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Tara Moss as a Human Rights Activist, does have insights that every profession can benefit from – including HR. Tara speaks intelligently and passionately about a broad range of issues that play out at work and in the broader community.

I particularly loved her story about “passing the mic”. I think this is one of the things we can implement in our work most days.

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