I'm exploring how we can use learning and development to help embed our anti-racism strategy. It's difficult to come up with an organisation-wide training session for something so complex and I am sensitive to the need to NOT treat this like it's something that can be 'solved' in a 2 hour training course, and not to fold it into a generic 'D&I' project.
Does anyone have any experience of putting together a long term learning programme or of any particular providers who take a behavioural change approach? And has anyone tackled this from a point of 'perspective sharing', where people are effectively asked to put themselves in the shoes of a person in a particular situation so they get a sense of how it feels?
Any constructive advice would be much appreciated - thanks.