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Understand how Allyship can help to promote an inclusive culture in organisations at this 90-minute workshop.

For many years housing organisations have been trying to improve equality, diversity and inclusion. This has been given new impetus in the last 18 months by the unequal effects of the pandemic and by the Black Lives Matter movement. This workshop will look at the part allyship has to play in supporting inclusion.

Allyship is central to creating inclusive cultures, where discrimination and disadvantage is challenged and tackled. By supporting marginalised individuals and groups, allyship can improve engagement and productivity and foster a culture of better understanding and awareness, and the ability to move forward on issues of equality, diversity and inclusion.

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    Although the session will focus mainly on race, the principles are applicable to all protected characteristics.

    There will be plenty of time for you to ask questions.

    What will be covered:

    • Why allyship? What is allyship?
    • What do terms like ‘privilege’, ‘white privilege’ and ‘underprivilege’ mean anyway?
    • What gets in the way of being allies?
    • A model of allyship and anti-racism
    • What we can do as individuals
    • What organisations can do
    • How to challenge in a constructive way.

    This workshop is essential for anyone who wants to promote an inclusive culture in their organisation and take action to support people from under-represented/marginalised groups.

  • Our speakers

    Colin Heyman has worked as a trainer, consultant and coach in equality and diversity for over 20 years. He has worked with small companies, large public sector organisations, and third sector organisations, including housing associations.

    Colin has a great deal of experience as well as a passion for equality and diversity issues. Amongst other things he specialises in supporting a network of Diversity Champions to be change agents to bring about change within their organisation, and in work on white privilege and allyship.

  • Cancellations and substitutions

    A full refund will be given if a cancellation is made 28 calendar days or more prior to the event, and a 50% refund if a cancellation is made 15-27 calendar days prior to the event. We regret that no refund can be given if a cancellation is made 14 calendar days or less before the event.

    Cancellations must be made in writing, and will be acknowledged by HQN Limited. There is no refund for non-attendance, but delegates may be substituted at any time.

Dates and prices



07 December 2022
10:30am - 12:00pm
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