The necessary choice of these three key areas of application reflects a typical focus of government policy, legislation, case law, and public expectation for instance in the UK, Europe, North America, Australia, New Zealand, and in many other countries that implement active Human Rights Agendas.
The book is strongly orientated towards issues (i) of governance; (ii) of personal, corporate, vicarious and leadership responsibility; and (iii) of implementation, cost management, and delivery at the levels of directorship, chief executive, trusteeship, management process, administration, operational procedure, and staff performance assessment.
The book deals directly, professionally, and in a non-opinionated manner with challenging (and sometimes unpopular, inconvenient or unwanted) issues of equality and inequality, diversity, a lack of opportunity or social mobility, and the widespread incidence of discrimination. The work suggests practical, Reasonable or Proportionate means by which to deal with such issues, whether at the level of governance, leadership, policy and strategy formulation, the incurring of unnecessary cost or damage to reputation, or at the level of operational and departmental management procedure and process.
The book is written at the same time from scholarly, objective, applied, “hands-on”, and practitioner based perspectives.
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