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Strategies to understand and tackle racism and bias in the workplace

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Pro Bono

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The live session has ended however you can access the webinar recording made at the time of the training session in September 2021.

What is the meaning of racism?
How does unconscious bias manifest in our work?
How can we identify it and what can we do to avoid it?

Pro Bono offers this masterclass with Hueman Equity Consulting’s Phoebe Mwanza where she will take you through how to identify racism and bias in the workplace and share advice on what you can do to combat it.

In 2021, hiring diverse candidates to combat racial discrimination is a good start, but it isn’t enough to shift workplace culture and people’s perspectives.

Organisations must acknowledge – and then tackle – racism and bias head-on.

Building a strong, diverse, inclusive and healthy workplace culture to drive positive change is the direction organisations are – and need to be – shifting in.

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