The global Black Lives Matter movement has shone a stark spotlight on the need for society and organisations to stop, reflect and acknowledge where they need to start making changes. While laws and changing social norms have helped to make overt and blatant racism unacceptable, a shake-up in working practice and systemic culture is required. And that will only happen if we all take ownership of the issue. 

Join Nigel Cassidy and this months’ guests, John Amaechi OBE, Bernadette Thompson and Professor Binna Kandola OBE, to understand how organisations can move beyond token gestures and diversity tick box exercises. It’s time to erase racism from the workplace and the journey needs to start now.

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