CTV Straight Talk, March 25, 2015 – Ritu joined Sandie Rinaldo, Laura Babcock, and Angela Kokott to discuss ‘Top Gear’ host Jeremy Clarkson being ditched by the BBC, Finland’s plans to revamp their education system, and a sweater made from the hair of members of the gay community.
CTV Straight Talk, March 2, 2015 – Ritu joined Sandie Rinaldo, broadcaster Kim Fraser, and comedian Ashley Botting to discuss the “Meet a Muslim Family” program and a Saturday Night Live political satire sketch involving ISIS that has caused discomfort.
CTV Straight Talk, February 24, 2015 – Ritu joined Sandie Rinaldo, John Moore of NewsTalk 1010, and Montreal’s CJAD talk radio host Aaron Rand about the mysterious underground bunker discovered near York University, Ontario’s new sex-ed curriculum, and new jobs for Olivia Chow and Hazel McCallion.
CTV Straight Talk, January 28, 2015 – Ritu joined Sandie Rinaldo, Jane Brown, and Angela Kokott to discuss surrogacy issues, Michelle Obama’s trip to Saudi Arabia, and naming a child “Nutella.”
CBC Toronto at 6, November 2014 – “Taking on White Privilege”
NPR Forum, May 2014 – “How Do You Say That? The Trouble With Pronouncing Names” – Ritu Bhasin discusses the issues surrounding name mispronunciation – NPR Forum
CBC Metro Morning, January 2013 – “Finding a Job – Taking a Strategic Approach” – Ritu Bhasin discusses the best way to find a job in the new year – CBC.ca
Recent articles & publications
LAWPRO Magazine, September 2014 – “Cultural competence: an essential skill for success in an increasingly diverse profession” – Ritu Bhasin discusses how to create a more inclusive law firm environment, including practical advice on how to increase your own Cultural Competence – LAWPRO Magazine
NALP Bulletin, November 2013 – “Names Matter, So Get Them Right!” – Ritu Bhasin discusses how to build more inclusive legal workplaces by addressing name mispronunciation – NALP
Maytree Conversations, June 24, 2013 – “What’s in a name? Possibly your future prosperity” – Ritu Bhasin discusses the importance of name pronunciation, and the Mivoko app – Maytree Foundation