Conversation starter: What’s your kind of place?
Further to my communication of 19th October, I'm pleased to provide further updates for you. Our lived experience videos are now ready to preview and download from our Members’ Resource Centre. A brief overview for you below:Peter ThorpeHead of Business Development
Mabinty is a Black British mother of West African heritage who is a practising Christian.
Tate is a young gay trans man from a low-income background.
Alex is a British Indian lesbian who is a practising Catholic.
Mia is a British Indian lesbian with Hindu and Muslim parents.
Andrew is a gay white man of faith from the North West of England.
Don is a stand-up comedian, is neurodiverse. and comes from a middle-class Indian family.
Elizabeth is a Black British dyslexic woman of West African heritage.
New lived experience videos: Intersectionality
People are multi-faceted in their identities and may identify with several different marginalised or minority groups at the same time. These overlapping identities can result in multiple and intersecting forms of bias, discrimination and disadvantage that can affect areas such as workplace inclusion, educational achievement, and mental and physical health outcomes.
Intersectionality provides a framework for considering people’s overlapping identities and experiences in order to understand the complexity of the biases and prejudices that they face and take steps to address any resulting inequality or discrimination. Combining expert insight, personal stories and original drama, this course explains the concept of intersectionality and looks at how applying an intersectional lens can help us to achieve equity and inclusion in the workplace and beyond.
Our course and short film will be released in January and February 2023 respectively.
Skill Boosters and VinciWorks Webinars
Don’t miss our regular webinars on EDI and compliance.
Racial bias – The employee’s perspective 59:17
In this webinar with leading film-based learning provider Skill Boosters, we will share “lived experiences” from a range of employees from all backgrounds on how they’ve experienced racial bias, and discuss what organisations can do to tackle them.
Diversity and inclusion — How to be an effective ally 01:06:29
The webinar builds on Skill Boosters Allyship course, a video-based training course that teaches users how to be an ally, how allyship can help marginalised groups, how to use the ‘Open Front Door’ communication framework, and the importance of awareness, empathy, action and authenticity.
Neurodiversity in the workplace – Thinking differently 01:03:29
Neurodiversity is the term that describes the naturally occurring variation in the human brain, which can impact how we interact with other people, how we process information, our attention, mood, coordination and other brain functions.
Managing the risks of doing business with third parties 01:01:14
In this webinar, we dive into how to identify and mitigate risks through effective and efficient processes and what to consider when implementing risk-based third-party due diligence.
7th December – Top 5 risks facing law firms in 2023
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Please email the team if you would like to review your current list of Administrators (those with permission to download courses and videos). That's it for now, but I'll drop you an email next month to provide a summary of 2022 and let you know of our content plans for 2023!Haviva YanoverDevelopment and Partnerships Manager
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