|Fair and inclusive|
|Our live training on Teams or Zoom|
Ease of access/assistive technology
Equality Impact Assessments
Having uncomfortable conversations
Gypsy, Roma, Traveller Awareness
Equality and Diversity introduction
Neurodiversity in the workplace
The impact of micro-behaviours
Tackling Race Bias
|NEW! Diverse Talent Programme
As part of Our People Promise commitment to be a fair and inclusive place to work, we will be starting a 6 month Diverse Talent development programme to develop and retain staff from groups under-represented in the council’s workforce. The first programme will be for BME staff on grades 3, 4, 5 and 6. Before opening the programme to applications, we are offering a preliminary "Career Conversations" half day workshop to support interested participants and help you decide if the 6-month programme is right for you.
Next available date is....
Monday 1 November
True allyship is about having the confidence to challenge intolerant behaviour, and the compassion to support and uplift a diverse range of people. Psychologist Bailey Bell will identify factors which may deter us from confronting and challenging racism, both in others and in ourselves. Bailey will provide practical insight into techniques that can be used to challenge intolerant behaviour within the workplace, so that you can leave the session feeling equipped to become a truly active bystander.
Book a place here (note this is a national webinar, not a BHCC event)
The city’s Upstanders Network brings a range of diverse community groups and services together and will continue to work together to raise awareness and stand against hate throughout the year. Watch this introductory video
Video - Community Voices
Residents of Brighton & Hove talking about their living and working in the city, their feelings around its inclusivity and their experiences of using council services. You can find that here
Accredited Equality and Diversity distance learning course
Contact email@example.com if you are interested
Webinar recording - "how to have conversations about race at work"
Why are discussions about Race at work important?
How do you develop the vocabulary/language to discuss Race with your colleagues?
What are the pitfalls to avoid and the mindset to approach talking about Race at work?
View the webinar recording
Podcast - "Talking Inclusion"
Latest research shows that race is on the Diversity and Inclusion agenda for 85% of organisations in the UK. Following the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, more individuals and organisations are committing to anti-racist action than ever before, but why do we still need to talk about this in 2021? In this podcast we talk about our guests’ experiences and observations, how much progress has truly been made and what we can all do to make anti-racism a shared responsibility. Our guests also offer tips and advice for employers.
Find it on Spotify, Apple or Google Podcasts
Guide - Action, Impact, Do
The Action, Impact, Do model of feedback is covered in the staff briefing - it's a great model to structure feedback.
Guide - Anti racism and allyship in workplace
This guide outlines the steps individuals in the workplace can take towards becoming an effective ally
Video - Diversity and Inclusion has come a long way, but we still have a way to go
CIPD's Katie Jacobs talks to The Telegraph's Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, Asif Sadiq, about his engaging panel discussion at the 2019 CIPD Festival of Work.
Asif Sadiq: D&I has come a long way, but we still have a way to go - YouTube
How to find out more, report concerns and get support