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Global Equality & Diversity Conference & Awards 2019

Welcome to the video box set of the Global Equality & Diversity Conference & Awards 2019.

The term intersectionality – referring to the complex and cumulative way different forms of discrimination like racism, sexism and classism overlap and affect minority groups and individuals — was coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989, but has recently come to the fore in discussions regarding workplace equality, diversity and inclusion.

This box set provides the most up to date benchmarking data for organisations addressing these issues, with lessons from major organisations on how they have approached and prepared solutions to the issues they’ve encountered.

  1. Embedding equality, diversity and inclusion in organisational structures and approaches - Dr Saher Ahmed

    Dr Saher Ahmed, Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Wellcome Sanger Institute, Cambridge gives a presentation discussing "Embedding equality, diversity and inclusion in organisational structures and approaches" at the 6th Annual Global Equality & Diversity Conference and awards.

    This multi-disciplinary conference mixes business experience with academic research to stimulate debate and understanding of the way in which individuals and organisations understand and experience diversity in the workplace.

    Find out more: gedconference.com

  2. Nurturing an inclusive organisational culture & the intersectionality of ethnicity & gender - Kathryn Watson

    Kathryn Watson, Principal Investigator on the ESRC-funded Project ‘Raising the Ceiling on Diversity and Inclusion: A Corporate Retail Case Study’, Research Impact Manager
    Leeds University Business School gives a presentation exploring Nurturing an inclusive organisational culture and the intersectionality of ethnicity and gender: examples from two case studies at the 6th Annual Global Equality & Diversity Conference and awards.

    This multi-disciplinary conference mixes business experience with academic research to stimulate debate and understanding of the way in which individuals and organisations understand and experience diversity in the workplace.

    Find out more: gedconference.com

  3. Is there a role for government programmes in workplace inclusion? - Dr Jo Ingold, Leeds University Business School

    Dr Jo Ingold, Associate Professor of HRM & Public Policy, Faculty Impact Champion, Work & Employment Relations Division, Leeds University Business School gives a presentation asking "Is there a role for government programmes in workplace inclusion?" at the 6th Annual Global Equality & Diversity Conference and awards.

    This multi-disciplinary conference mixes business experience with academic research to stimulate debate and understanding of the way in which individuals and organisations understand and experience diversity in the workplace.

    Find out more: gedconference.com

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