WEBINAR | Addressing racism in the workplace

In partnership with Danske Bank, our new Diversity and Inclusion series will explore topical issues around diversity and give practical tips and advice on how to create an inclusive workplace. This webinar will focus on how your organisation can address racism in the workplace.

  • Date:

    18 Jan 2021

  • Time:

    10:00 - 11:00 am

  • Location:

    Online

  • Price:

    Free

As part of our Diversity and Inclusion series with Danske Bank, this webinar is aimed at diversity and inclusion specialists, HR professionals and senior management teams; and will focus on how your organisation can address racism in the workplace and create a diverse and inclusive workplace.

Northern Ireland has a growing migrant community, and this is something to be celebrated and encouraged. However, the PSNI report that in 2020, there was an increase in racist attacks both online and in person but also systemic racism; and many are unreported.

Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from Lori Gatsi Barnett, an inspirational diversity and inclusion campaigner; and explore best practice solutions on key diversity and inclusion issues.

This webinar will focus on the following:

  • Racism in everyday life
  • Allyship – what is an ally and how to be one
  • What role can businesses play in tackling racism?
  • How to address racism in the workplace

How it works

This is an online webinar. Attendees will be emailed a secure link following registration.

For more information, email Deirdre Morrissey.

Guest speaker: Lori Gatsi Barnett, Entrepreneur and Founder of JoinHer Network.

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Lori Gatsi Barnett is a business owner, social entrepreneur, motivational speaker and Founder of JoinHer Network. She lives in Belfast but was born in Harare, Zimbabwe.

She is an experienced director with demonstrated history of working in corporate and the voluntary sector; and has lived and studied in Pennsylvania, USA.

Lori has previously worked with Habitat for Humanity through a World Vision International ambassador programme, the American Red Cross and UN associated projects. She has participated in the Politics Plus Next Chapter Programme and she continues to help change the narrative and perception of the BAME communities and their contributions through diversity and inclusion.

Lori is the former Chair of HAPANI (Horn Of Africa People’s Aid), former Director of Communications for ACCCNI (African and Caribbean Chamber of Commerce Northern Ireland).

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