Being an active bystander means challenging discriminatory behaviour when you see it. This is important for being an ally to those from marginalised groups who are suffering through microaggressions and discriminatory treatment. This webinar will aim to arm you with the confidence and skills to be an active bystander in situations where you see or hear something that is wrong.
What will you learn
- What does it mean to be an active bystander?
- Examples of active bystander intervention
- How do you become an active bystander?
- What you can do to build and improve on these skills
Who is this for?
- Inclusion and Diversity managers
- HR professionals
- Network leads
- Colleagues thinking differently about inclusion and diversity
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