Episode 161: Understand how racism expresses itself in the modern workplace and what organisations must do better to address systemic racism and create truly fair and inclusive workplaces and societies.
Racism has no place in our society. Businesses must be part of the change we all need, to step up and stamp out prejudice, and to build diverse and supportive cultures of respect and fairness for all. The CIPD is developing and curating practical content on this hub to help members and people professionals tackle these challenges — check back regularly for new information and resources.
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Experts, leaders and practitioners tackle the key issues and questions around how to create a safe and inclusive workspace
Explore the six principles the CIPD recommends to help you create a racially inclusive workplace
Answers to frequently asked questions about racial equality and anti-racism
Peter Cheese outlines a commitment to action and change
Seven things you can do to support your black colleagues.
Greater transparency over workforce diversity can help drive change.
We must take shared responsibility and actions to stamp out racism in all forms.
John Amaechi OBE, organisational psychologist and director of Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, gives a keynote speech at the CIPD's Festival of Work, where he spoke about racism, the difficulties of working through a pandemic, and how a learning culture is key to finding solutions.
Members of the CIPD's race and ethnicity action group EmbRACE explain why it is important to have groups like it within organisations.
Offers insight, support and guidance for employers and examines barriers to access and progression within their business context
Thought pieces on race at work
Legal position on race discrimination
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