By Carmen Morris – Former Contributor Diversity, Equity & Inclusion,

It has been a tough year for race equality globally, and organizational leaders have begun the long journey of supporting change to make inclusion a part of culture, values, and mindsets which will help to relegate discriminatory practice to the past.

Almost as soon as the death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter protests that followed, began to dominate the headlines, the levels of anxiety of Black communities around the world increased. What potential do these protests have to build lasting, robust changes, many had asked themselves.

As things began to settle, many in leadership positions, hastily reached for the diversity and inclusion playbook, to deliver unconscious bias training. Now the gameplay has been severely disrupted, with the UK government recently scrapping unconscious bias training, describing it as an ineffective tool for developing knowledge and practice around diversity and inclusion. READ MORE >>

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