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The Olympic City. Five years on.
In 2008 I was stationed in a hotel not far from the Olympic Hub for a week or so before being ostracised to the outer rim of the city in the Media Village, having to take a train into our work zone between the third and fourth ring roads.
Today I am staying at the Marco Polo Parkside, just two kilometres from that original hotel and only 10 minutes (on a good day) to the Water Cube, which will be our home for six days from tomorrow.
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Like many Yale students, Yishai was looking forward to spring break. Two weeks of no class would be a welcome relief. However, as an orthodox Jew he was a little concerned by the thought of traveling to Israel with eight evangelical Christians involved with Yale Students for Christ (the Cru ministry at Yale). At least the Yale orthodox rabbi and four other Jewish students were going.
Law firm Slater Gordon report here a study by recruitment firm Astbury Marsden that suggests age discrimination is a more widespread but less prioritised inequality issue than gender in the City of London.
The Astbury Marsden survey reported that 22% of professionals working in the City believe their employer is 'very committed' to tackling ageism in their workplace. This compared to 33.5% who felt their company is 'very committed' to tackling inequality by promoting greater gender diversity in their organisation.