• Yom HaShoah (Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day)
  • Challenging Islamophobia

    Islamophobia is prevalent in the UK today. It can come in the form of microaggressions to hate crimes, including stereotyping, bullying, verbal comments, discrimination, barriers to employment, inaccessible policies, harmful media portrayal, physical violence and in many other ways. This November, Islamophobia Awareness Month, we’d like to highlight and raise awareness of what our Muslim colleagues are facing on a daily basis and how to empathise, support and ally them so that we can create an inclusive workplace for all.

  • Black History Month: Next steps in Allyship

    Being Antiracist takes courage and action. It is about visibly challenging discrimination and engaging in conversations that will lead to action and change. Over the past couple of years, there has been a spotlight on Antiracism like never before. This webinar will explore the progress that has been made, share examples of real change, and explore what our individual and organisational next steps should be on this journey.

  • Black History Month: Celebrating Black Voices

    Black History Month is celebrated all around the world at different times of the year. In the UK we dedicate October to this. During this time, we celebrate the rich history of the Black culture across the diaspora. This year along with educating our members on the historical facts we will also celebrate the voices of today, who have dedicated their lives to taking action and making change.

  • Celebrating East and South East Asian History and Contributions in the UK

    East and South East Asian Heritage month is celebrated in the month of September. This webinar will aim to celebrate the history of East and South East Asian communities here in the UK, their contributions to our society and lives and the impact that East and South East Asian culture has had here in the UK.

  • Understanding the Multi-Racial Experience

    Racial identities can be complex and varied. People who are from bi-racial/mixed/multi ethnic backgrounds have a unique situation of straddling between two or more racial identities which can be challenging, and depending on the context, can cause a crisis of identity. This webinar aims to highlight the experience of those with more than one racial identity and the nuanced challenges which can be faced.

  • Celebrating South Asian History and Contributions in the UK

    South Asian History month is celebrated between 18th July and 17th of Aug. This webinar will aim to celebrate the history of South Asian communities here in the UK, their contributions to our society and lives and the impact that South Asian culture has had here in the UK.

  • Anniversary of the murder of George Floyd
  • Black Inclusion Week: Allyship – Together for a Better Tomorrow

    Black inclusion Week is an annual event which aims to celebrate and highlight the importance of Black inclusion and uplift Black voices. This year it is taking place from 9th to 15th of May 2022 with the theme ‘Together for a Better Tomorrow’.

    Inclusive Employers are collaborating with the creators of Black Inclusion Week to bring you a panel discussion on the topic of Allyship. A speaker from the Black Inclusion Week team will join a couple of Inclusive Employers consultants and guest speakers to discuss allyship – what allyship means and what it looks like, as well as what does ‘together for a better tomorrow’ mean to you.

  • Being Anti-racist: From conversation to action

    Being Anti-racist takes courage and action. It is about visibly challenging discrimination and engaging in conversations that will lead to action and change. This webinar will focus on how to move your antiracist efforts from conversation to action. With a focus on the workspace, we will look at what Anti-racism looks, sounds and feels like in practice, and explore actions that organisations and individuals can take to become antiracist.