How to implement your first DEI strategy promoting Gender & Disability Equality and Racial & Ethnic Equity
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Unbox the key elements of a DEI strategy with your global advisers


Inclusion is a right, not a privilege for a selected few.” — Judge Geary, Oberti v. Board of Education.

Once you have assessed your DEI problems, it is time to define resolving them. Determining the correct sequence and order is key in rectifying all issues. Keep in mind also that changing people’s behavior at the workplace takes time and effort from the whole team, including senior leadership. Apart from taking these steps, it is crucial to ensure Gender and Disability Equality, Racial and Ethnic Equity Policy implementation will meet the needs of your workplace.

Outcome

To sum up, along with insights on achieving Gender & Disability Equality and Racial & Ethnic Equity, this program will assist your future endeavors in:

  • Identifying company’s gaps in gender equality
  • Learning how to understand the challenges of a person with a disability
  • Looking deep into analyzing the root causes of racism and ethnic discrimination in your organization


The package consists of 3 consecutive webinars, followed by a Q&A and a short brainstorming session with our three experts. In case of the need for training programs to be delivered in your native language, simultaneous translation will be provided. This session will give you ideas on how to start your gender, racial/ethnic, and disability inclusion programs:

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First steps on the Gender Equality Road

Speakers
Chiara Condi Expert, Activist, Consultant at Chiara Condi

This webinar will help you gain knowledge on identifying company's gaps in gender equality, designing a gender equality action plan and effective tips to encourage male colleagues in becoming gender equality allies.

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How to start with Disability Inclusion

Speakers
Anna Krys Head of Partnerships at GIOF

With this webinar, you will get practical advice on learning how to make your workspace environment accessible and welcoming as well as understand the challenges of a person with a disability.

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First steps to addressing Racial and Ethnic Equity

Speakers
Anthony Peterson Diversity/Inclusion, Ethics, Religion Coach, Consultant at people3, Inc
This webinar will provide you insights on root causes of racism and ethnic discrimination and include the steps of promoting Racial & Ethnic Equity at your workplace. 
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Organisations who trained with us

Special Olympics InternationalCitiCree Inc. (Wolfspeed)BNY MellonAlexion SAPBRP (Bombardier Recreational Products)L'OréalKPMG USAIDInternational Data GroupSAYATVAUCB (Union Chimique Belge)Oxfam InternationalNRC (Norwegian Refugee Council)Gilbert + Tobin LawyersBT Group


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