Following on from the first successful Directory of Social Change (DSC) Zoom Talk, we revisit this important topic
With the recent US presidential elections, the UK government solution to child food poverty and general displays of leadership from UK public serving politicians, issues of racism and inequality sometimes feels as if it is getting worse? As a charity sector what can we do? Not only in demanding better from our public servants and government, but also as a sector how do we lead by example? How do we ensure discussions turn into actions as we enter 2021 and create the changes in the sector needed?
Join this Zoom talk to learn further about how racism manifests itself in the charity sector and how we, as organisations and as individuals, can contribute to making the sector better.
- Format: Panel discussion followed by Q&A with the attendees.
- Panel: Anneka Kapadia (Volunteering Matter); Letesia Gibson (New Ways) Chair: Debra Allcock Tyler (DSC).
- This Zoom Talk is free to attend.
- You will receive the login details in your confirmation email from our Customer Services team (please allow at least 24 hours for your booking to be processed).
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