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increased diversity training for police officers. He also announced that a captain, who is a lesbian, would soon be reassigned to internal affairs to handle complaints about police officers accused of harassing gays. Some members of the committee were skeptical of Noriega's assertion that the recent case wasn't indicative of a larger problem in the MBPD, and provided examples of other cases.


ambiguity. Many academic publishers (for example, Cambridge University Press, for books published in the UK) also avoid it, though some academic publishing houses in these countries do use it. The Australian Government Publishing Service's ''Style Manual for Authors, Editors and Printers'' (6th edition, 2002) recommends against it, except "to ensure clarity" (p. 102). Elliott-inspired diversity training has been realized outside

the United States as well. Diversity training was little-known in the United Kingdom at the beginning of the 1990s; however when The Race Relations Amendment Act 2000 passed in the United Kingdom, it listed 100 diversity training firms in the Diversity Directory. According to a survey by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, 70% of firms have diversity policies in which diversity training plays a major role. Many of these courses are designed to have a “lighter touch” than Elliott’s approach, but those based solidly on Elliott’s model are also promoted. Elliott has personally held workshops in Australia, focusing on racial issues brought up by Pauline Hanson and the lack of acknowledgment of contributions made by aborigines in that country. Jane Elliott sells videos and other materials to be used by diversity trainers on her website. '''Heather Pamela McKay''' (née '''Blundell''') AM (Order of Australia) MBE (Order of the British Empire) (born on 31 July 1941) is a retired Australian squash (squash (sport)) player, who is considered by many to be the greatest female player in the history of the game, and possibly also Australia's greatest-ever sportswoman. She dominated the women's squash game in the 1960s and 1970s, winning 16 consecutive British Open (British Open Squash Championships) titles between 1962 and 1977, and capturing the inaugural women's World Open (World Open (squash)) title in 1979, whilst remaining undefeated during that period. She was also a top-level player of other sports, including field hockey and racquetball. - bgcolor "98FB98" Winner 1976 Brisbane, Australia Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


Hasselfield''' is a Canadian (Canada) politician, and was the leader of the Manitoba Liberal Party between 1996 and 1998. A former Manitoba teacher and principal, she was also president and co-founder of Cross Cultural Communications International Inc. a company that provided diversity training and education throughout Canada. In 1995, she was awarded the Manitoba YM YWCA Woman of Distinction award. '''Jon Gerrard''', PC (Queen's Privy Council of Canada), Member

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, and which later became the basis for her career in diversity training. * James Lindsay Seward (1813–1886), American

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