Actions Speak Louder Than Words: Solutions and trends to tackling race inequality in the workplace

Categories: Race Equality Week
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‘Actions speak louder than words: solutions and trends in tackling race inequality in the workplace’ with Raj Tulsiani and Javed Thomas.


9th February 12.30 – 1.30

This is a South West Partnership webinar which aims to lift the lid on race inequality in the workplace and provide real tangible solutions to drive the much needed change.

You will hear from diversity expert and the co-founder of Race Equality Matters Raj Tulsiani on why now more than ever organisations need to address race inequality in the workplace. You will also hear about current trends and best practice.

Raj will be joined by Javed Thomas, fellow co-founder of Race Equality Matters, who will introduce some of the solutions they have co-created with those with lived experience that are making a difference in tackling race inequality.

The event will also include a Q&A session, where Raj and Javed will answer some of your key questions.

Actions Speak Louder Than Words: Solutions and trends to tackling race inequality in the workplace

Raj Tulsiani – Co-Founder | Race Equality Matters, CEO and Co-Founder | Green Park
Raj has become one of the UK’s leading figures in executive search, interim management, workforce planning and diversification. He has over 20 years of experience moving the dial on leadership, talent and diversity and is the author of ‘Diversity and Inclusion for Leaders: Making a Difference with the Diversity Headhunter.’

Javed Thomas – Co-Founder | Race Equality Matters, Founder | The Collaboratory
The Collaboratory is a network of businesses and non-profit organisations that come together to create change and help solve the problems that really matter. Javed launched the UK’s first ever Race Equality Week and has also created and run societal projects for five Lord Mayors; including the Power of Inclusion.

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