IBM issued the following statement today in response to Israel’s new surrogacy law:
IBM opposes discrimination in all its forms and has long fought for equal treatment for all. No one should be denied one of the most basic human rights – the right to start a family – for being who they are. We support IBMers who wish to stand in solidarity with the LGBT community in advocating for legislation that is inclusive of ALL.
This week, IBM Chairman, President and CEO Ginni Rometty was named Chair of the Business Roundtable Education and Workforce Committee (EWC). Ginni will be working tirelessly with EWC members to promote the Business Roundtable’s new “Tomorrow Ready” platform on education and job-ready skills.
As our world becomes more connected, people and organizations must be able to rely on the security of data and systems. Cybersecurity is and will continue to be one of the most important issues in the digital age.
Today marks an important moment for Ireland’s education system, and for the community in Dublin’s north east inner city, as Leo Varadkar, the Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister), announced pilots of the P-TECH model in three local schools.