Black Inclusion Week: Allyship - Together for a Better Tomorrow
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Black Inclusion Week: Allyship – Together for a Better Tomorrow
May 11 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
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 discussion on the topic of Allyship. Join our panel of guest speakers and consultants, including Alison Ross, Operations and Culture Director Auto Trader and Fraser Longden, COO Wickes, to discuss allyship – what allyship means and what it looks like, and what does the theme ‘together for a better tomorrow’ mean to you?
Learn more at the Black Inclusion Week website: Black Inclusion Week – Leading black inclusion in the UK
What You Will Learn
- What Black Inclusion Week is and why we celebrate it/why we need it
- What can individuals do to support and ally Black inclusion
- What can organisations do to be more inclusive for Black people
- What can white people do to become better allies
Who Should Attend This Webinar?
- HR Business Partners
- I&D Specialists
- Network members
- Anyone interested in expanding their knowledge and support for racial inclusion and allyship
Book Your Place
- This event is free to all to attend (members and non-members)
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