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Explore how intersectional & anti-racist approaches can be practically implemented in your DDPO and across the sector.

A four module online course. Every two weeks from Thursday 9th June.

Are you interested in the potential of intersectional & anti-racist approaches in making your organisation and your work more representative of your communities? But perhaps don’t know where to start or how to approach it on a personal or organisational level? Or are you a marginalised person working within the DDPO sector who would like to see a more representative and responsive sector and explore with peers what can be done to change things?

Four online modules, of three hours each, will help attendees to explore how intersectional and anti-racist approaches can be practically implemented in your DDPO and across the sector, and what you can do on a personal level to start making small changes that lead to bigger ones.

Dates and times:

Thursday 9th June: 2-5pm
Thursday 23 June: 2-5pm
Thursday 7 July: 2-5pm
Thursday 21 July: 2-5pm

Attendees are asked to attend the whole course (4 dates) as each module builds on the last. 

About the course:

The training will be delivered by With Us project consultants Lani Parker, Saadia Neilson and external trainer Kariima Ali, who between them have extensive knowledge of disability activist movements, colonial and social justice history, as well as taking intersectional approaches to anti-racist and social justice work.

Delivered via Zoom

Kush Kanodia MBA, who attended the course last year, says this about it:

“Does your Deaf and Disabled Person’s organisation measure Intersectionality? Or do you still think of Intersectional people as mutually exclusive independent parts and not as integrated human beings?

I am both a disabled person and an ethnic minority. Intersectionality describes how multiple protected characteristics compound discrimination and inequality. Awareness of these dynamics are essential for developing empowerment strategies and building inclusive and equitable workplaces.

This is why I highly recommend the wonderful Intersectional & Anti Racism training by Inclusion London. Let’s start these important discussions, building understanding & practices to make the Deaf and Disabled Person organisations more representative for us all!”

How to book:

To book a place, please click on the ‘Book your free ticket‘ button above. We will then confirm your booking and email you details of how to join the Zoom meeting.

There are only 15 spaces available.  If for any reason you cannot attend after booking please let us know ASAP so we can make the place available to others. Email christine.hathway@inclusionlondon.org.uk

Access:

Please inform us of any access requirements at least two weeks prior to the first module.

This is an event for Deaf and Disabled People’s Organisations (DDPOs). DDPOs are organisations that are run and controlled by Deaf/Disabled people, with Deaf/Disabled people representing at least 75% of Trustees and over 50% of paid staff.

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