Posted by ALPHA88 CHARITY | Jan 08, 2019
The second seminar will focus on diversity.
This event is now sold out! Please email [email protected] to register for the waiting list.
Often ‘diversity’ is used as a buzzword that allows for tokenism instead of genuine and lasting change. State of the Sector:Diversity provides a space for charity leaders to move beyond the media-speak, develop an in-depth understanding of the need for and benefits of diversity, and plan practical courses of action to build a sector that centres equality, diversity and inclusion.
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