One of the most surprising things over the last year and a half has been an increased focus on addressing racism. This desire was catalysed by the murder of George Floyd, whose death yet again demonstrated how racism operates and how it can almost ‘casually’ destroy lives. Many of us have renewed our efforts to address racism in all its forms. But the effort required to do this often defeats the ambition. Sadly, we often fall at the first hurdle because we don’t recognise that racism requires us to do nothing, whereas anti-racism requires a disruption to our thinking and behaviour that we are often unprepared for. This event is a conversation with brap about our anti-racist work and an honest account of both successes and failures. It is a must for organisations that have committed to anti-racism or those who want to understand why so much of what they do maintains the status quo.

Book your free place here:

This is an online event