Commitments to addressing diversity in the workplace have been ever-increasing. For a long time, research has shed light on the serious lack of diversity in managerial roles and boards. However, civil unrest and the Black Lives Matter movement in the summer of 2020 have pushed organisations around the world to express their solidarity with the […]Read More اقرأ المزيد
Khamael Al Safi
Khamael is passionate about understanding the work of startups and the stories of entrepreneurs, particularly those in Iraq. She is also passionate about helping young people build employability skills for the job market and has taught subjects in entrepreneurship, organisational behaviour and psychology to undergrad and postgrad students in London and Dubai. Having worked in consulting for both the private and public sector in the Middle East, she has been involved in training and advisory on corporate governance and accountability, as well as building open, trustworthy data ecosystems.
We get it. Launching a startup is quite difficult in Iraq. But making sure your startup is resilient and won’t collapse in the midst of quarantine restrictions and other implications of the global pandemic makes the word ‘difficult’ a total understatement. In 2019, the government of Iraq imposed internet shutdowns in response to protests demanding […]Read More اقرأ المزيد