Anti-Racism: Conversation to Action

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Being Antiracist takes courage and action. It is about visibly challenging discrimination and engaging in conversations that will lead to action and change.


This webinar will focus on how to move your antiracist efforts from conversation to action. With a focus on the workspace, we will look at what Antiracism looks, sounds and feels like in practice, and explore actions that organisations and individuals can take to become antiracist.

What will you learn

  • Creating safe spaces to allow challenging conversations turn into effective actions
  • Addressing language and understanding microaggressions
  • A look at unconscious bias: examples of how biases create barriers, and what we can do to help mitigate these
  • How to be an anti-racist ally – understanding individual accountability and identifying key actions to actively contribute to change

Who is this for?

  • Inclusion and diversity professionals
  • HR business partners
  • HR managers
  • Line managers
  • Anyone with an interest in learning more about how to be an effective anti-racist ally

Book Your Place

  • If you are unsure about how to book onto a webinar, click here for an instructional video.
  • Inclusive Employers Members can join online or dial in to all webinars, accessing up to five places per member, per webinar, for free – please ensure you are logged in to your Inclusive Employers account to see the free ticket option. 
  • Non-members can book onto these webinars for £89 + VAT per place, per webinar. Members can purchase extra places, on top of the five free already allocated, at a discounted price of £79 + VAT.
  • Alternatively, members and non-members can also buy an in-house package for up to 300 people per webinar, to be run whenever you like. Email to enquire.
  • Please note: we do not supply recordings or slides for our webinars to members or non-members unless there are extenuating circumstances.
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