Quick Guide to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
I devised this quick and easy introductory guide to what exactly is Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the Leading Change Young Leaders Programme. Feel free to have a look in order to understand the difference between the three practices and what we need to continue reminding ourselves of as changemakers committed to anti-oppression work. If you would like to use this resource, please give credit where credit is due.
3 Questions to Ask Yourself In the Name of Inclusion
This infographic goes hand in hand with my Quick guide to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and was also devised for the Leading Change Young Leaders Programme. Simple and easy to remember, these three questions provide nudges for anybody designing a service, a product, or an intervention or perhaps a facilitator leading a group, process, or conversation. Feel free to use for your own changemaking practice and remember to give credit where credit is due.
This is a fully equipped website and resource that I helped co-write in collaboration with Snook. The need for employers to embed inclusion into their recruitment is clear, and so, the idea for this Inclusive Recruitment guide came out of an inclusive service design festival run by Snook and a host of other partner organisations. In this resource, you will find the step-by-step suggested tips, tricks, and good practices to consider when recruiting or curating teams, workforces, and committees. You can access the full guide and downloadable tools at https://inclusivedesignrecruitment.co.uk/
For anyone who wants to learn the art and craft of workshop/group facilitation, apply to the #FACILITATHON hosted by The Now Institute in Switzerland, November 2019. I will be returning for a second time as a host facilitator. During this residential training, you will have the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of holding space, designing learning, and dealing with difficult conversations (and participants!). If you would like to apply, visit www.nowornow.org.
No age limit or experience level is required to apply; people from marginalised backgrounds are actively encouraged to apply; and full and partial scholarships available.