South Asian Heritage Month (SAHM) is now in its third year.
The month was established to honour and celebrate South Asian history and culture. It is an opportunity for everyone to appreciate the countries in South Asia and learn new things about their heritage.
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.
Every day of National Inclusion Week has a dedicated Daily Action that take inspiration from the theme: Time to Act: The Power of Now. This webinar will provide guidance on how to bring these Daily Actions to life, to maximise engagement with your inclusion celebrations and achievements.
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.
Digital inclusion is important for getting the best from your team, especially in a world where working from home has become the norm for many, much more support is needed for staff to be able to work safely, comfortably and confidently. Making sure that colleagues have access to tools and training to work to their best ability should be a priority for all organisations.
What is the best way to support a grieving colleague when grief can look so different for individual people? There’s not right or wrong way to grieve, and so it doesn’t make sense to have a very strict and structured bereavement policy. If you truly want to support grieving colleagues in the workplace, policies need to be bespoke, flexible and changeable over time.
The term ‘burnout’ is often used to describe the individual experience whether that’s professionally or personally, we’ve all experienced burnout at some point in our lives when we’re taking on or dealing with too much, but what about when a whole community or group is experiencing traumatic and exhausting events? When there is constant reporting in the media of crimes and atrocities committed against people of marginalised communities, people from those communities can get burnout from having to witness these events unfold and worry about what it means for them.