Intersectionality – what does it really mean? True diversity is Intersectional. We hear that a lot but what does it actually mean? Intersectionality comes from US scholar and legal activist Kimberle Crenshaw who originally coined the term when exploring how sexism and racism cut across each other for black women. She observed that racism was […]
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The good habits that help reduce stress and improve resilience. This is International Stress Awareness Week. Did you realise that mental ill health is the third biggest cause of absence in the workplace? In 2017/8, 15.4 million working days were lost due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety. That’s 44% of all work-related ill health […]
Lets talk about race: Continuing the conversation and raising awareness Whilst the first official celebration of Black History Month in the UK took place in 1987, this annual observance dates back almost 100 years. In 1926, Carter G. Woodson introduced a week-long focus on encouraging the coordinated teaching of the history of American black people […]
Kate Headley in the 2019 Disability Power 100! The 2019 Disability Power 100 – Today, 8th October 2019, Kate Headley has been announced as one of the UK’s most influential people with a disability! Announced at a reception held at the House of Lords the Disability Power 100 is an inspirational list of the UK’s […]
How can organisations support staff with long-term health conditions? Twenty years ago, a diagnosis of a long-term health condition often signalled the end of an employees working life. But, with the default retirement age removed and more people developing long-term conditions, employers must find ways to support these individuals in the workplace. As well as […]