Diversity, Inclusion, Cohesion and Equality in Practice

Overview

There is a need to create safe spaces within our communities and organisations to have the difficult conversations. Conversations that have the potential to move us towards a more inclusive and cohesive society.

This webinar will cover:

  • An overview of DICE (Diversity, Inclusion, Cohesion and Equality), and how to embed this in practice
  • The power of language
  • Using tools and practices to influence change
  • Reflecting on and beginning to understand personal bias
  • Challenging micro-aggressions, and how to reduce the chances of perpetrating them
  • How to lean into the ‘Uncomfortable Conversations’ with confidence

Date

Thursday 15 September, 1:30pm – 3:00pm

Price

The cost for this webinar is:
SLCC Members – £30 + VAT
Non-Members – £35 + VAT

CPD points

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About the Trainer

Trainer:  Katie Donovan-Adekanmbi 

Katie is an Inclusion and Cohesion Specialist / founder of BCohCo Ltd, and a woman of dual heritage who is continually navigating her Black & White world. She has over 15 years’ experience in Building Sustainable Communities, delivered with a unique intersection of professional, personal, and academic knowledge in Diversity, Inclusion, Cohesion and Equality (DICE®).

Katie likes people in all their magnificent difference, and finding solutions in the challenges these differences present. One of her key successes was developing the Anti-Hate Crime Ambassador Programme, which attracted £90k in funding from central government to roll out on a wider scale.

Katie delivers training, development, and consultation in DICE®; a continual, interconnected process designed to provide the skills, tools and ‘know how’ to embed DICE® in personal and professional practice. She approaches this by creating safe spaces that are conducive to learning and growth, and creating conditions for genuine cultural change (rather than ticking boxes for the sake of legal compliance).

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