Lifetime Visionary Partner
Race Equality Week
Unite in activity to support change.
5 Day Challenge
5 Challenges – 5 Minutes – 5-Days.
The Big Promise
An organisational commitment.
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Guiding conversation into action.
Enable courageous conversations.
Race Equality Network
A network of networks to drive change.
Race Equality Matters
Ambition: A UK wide collaboration of thousands of organisations and millions of employees creating change to achieve Race Equality in our workplaces.
With Black Lives Matter protests continuing to take place across the globe, sparked by the death of George Floyd and the tragic impact of COVID-19 inequalities on the ethnically diverse community, there is a very real possibility of creating meaningful change in racial equality both in the workforce & in society.
We must not lose this opportunity. Let’s not go back to normal.
We will not produce reports or create charters but will proactively promote useful intelligence to create solutions and work with collaborating organisations, networks, individuals and experts to implement the change our members seek.
Join us and become part of the movement. Registration is free, your participation is our only requirement.
THE TIME FOR TALKING IS OVER
Following a series of 70+ in depth 1-2-1 interviews, a further 150 discussions and a series of workshops, we have gained fascinating insights from amazing senior business leaders, race network leads and experts in the D&I field.
NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT
Driven by passion and frustration, there is an appetite for action, yet there are a lot of individuals and organisations that could be accused of simply jumping on the bandwagon and making hollow gestures.
But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Race Equality Matters are creating a movement, a collaboration of companies, organisations, race networks, experts in the field, allies, and employees to improve workplace equality across the public, private and charity sectors.
Our Race Equality Network will provide free services, insight, opportunities to collaborate and training materials to 1000 ethnically diverse network chairs. The launch of Race Equality Week has united organisations and individuals in activity and will continue to do so every February to address issues affecting ethnically diverse employees.