You Said Black Lives Matter, Now What?
— how to communicate your antiracist stance
Your organisation made a public statement of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement back in the summer. So what’s the work that you need to continue, to make sure that statement holds substance? You might not be the CEO but whatever your position, you have power to make change.
In this practical workshop, you’ll work in groups through the internal and external communications frameworks that put you on the path to communicating your organisation’s anti-racist stance.
What will I gain?
— An outline of the Internal and External Comms framework that takes inclusivity fully into account
— A set of actions to take forward
— Ideas and insights from your peers
This session won’t be recorded for the Access All Areas Pass.
Ishreen Bradley | Consultant and Coach
Ishreen is a passionate pioneer of parity at work. She influences public policy, organisational culture and individual progression by applying research, executive experience and a nurturing approach. Focused on cultural transformation for parity, Ishreen works at organisational, group and individual levels to develop skills and environments that provide ‘stand out and lead through your difference’ coaching to individuals and cultural transformation consultancy to organisations around the world.
Mel Larsen | Audience Development Consultant and Coach
Mel has worked in the arts across the UK and abroad for over 30 years. She is also author of ‘A Guide to working with Arts Ambassadors’ published by Arts Council England and co-author of ‘Open Up: museums for everyone’ published by a collection of UK museums funders. She was founder & Director of three community-led festivals in South London, the Streatham Festival (for which she received a Lambeth Civic Award), the Streatham Food Festival and The Little Big Peace Event.