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Intersectionality and Inclusion

How do you build inclusivity into your organization’s agenda? A new series from Oxford Saïd Business School explores

 

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About the series 
In this Intersectionality and Inclusion series, Oxford SBS explore the necessary but difficult work that lies ahead for of individuals and organisations who must engineer a more equal and inclusive world and alter the future for generations to come.

Oxford SBS are bringing together leaders and activists who are already making an impact in a new vodcast series, Intersectionality and Inclusion. Hear how they start to tackle these issues and learn how to bring much needed changes to your organisation.

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Episode 1: Pathways to Visibility

How do you build inclusion from the ground up?

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Episode 1 of this vodcast series will broadcast from this Thursday 19th November @ 16:30 GMT
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About Episode 1: Pathways to Visibility
People with albinism face discrimination across the globe but are often left out of activist efforts around diversity and inclusion.

In this episode, we speak to representatives of Sesame Street Workshop, who have been championing diversity for years. With a breadth of expertise in the art of embracing diversity, this insightful look into the world of Sesame Street gives us new ways of approaching our goals. Supermodel and activist Diandra Forrest also joins the conversation.

Fellow guest speaker Stephan Bognar, Executive Director of New York Dermatology Group Foundation, completes the line-up. They worked together previously on the Colorfull campaign, which was conceived by NYDG to highlight the prejudice that albinism attracts.


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