“The condition of being actively supportive, especially to people and groups that suffer discrimination” (Macmillan Dictionary)


We hear a lot about the importance of Allyship but do we really understand what that means for us as individuals and in the workplace?

Allyship is central to creating inclusive cultures and where discrimination and disadvantage is challenged and tackled.

This session compliments our equality and unconscious bias training sessions to explore how everyone has a part to play in inclusivity, simply, saying and doing nothing does not move the agenda forward.

By supporting marginalised individuals’ and groups, allyship can improve engagement and productivity and foster a culture of better understanding and awareness and the desire to do more.

The session will cover:

  • What is allyship?
  • What gets in the way of being allies?
  • What individuals can do?
  • What organisations can do?
  • Moving an organisation to action

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