If your institution is at the beginning of its efforts, here are some basic tools, interesting reads and knowledge to get you started.
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Wo·Men in Finance, together with Febelfin, created a toolbox focused on inclusion. This toolbox proves to be a useful aid when building an action plan. The toolbox contains 25 tools (training sessions, checklists, exercises, self-assessments, games…) aimed at reducing the impact of unconscious bias, tackling micro-aggressions, making the company culture more inclusive, and developing inclusive leadership.
Have you fallen victim to microaggressions in the workplace? A powerful tool is the decision tree for victims of microagressions designed by Dominique Bergiers. This tool helps you understand how to react to microagressions.
Oftentimes, microaggressions are faced in the call center industry. This toolbox will show you how to deal with clients. IF you would like to know more about this tool (that we implemented in a large financial call center), please send a mail to email@example.com.
UNIA is an inependent public institution which fights discrimination, promotes equal opportunities and protects fundemental rights.
The European Network Against Racism is the only pan-European network combining racial equality advocacy with forming a strong anti-racist network across Europe.
CIJ is a non-profit organisation founded in 2017 and based in Berlin. We engage in advocacy and policy-oriented research to make anti-discrimination and equality policy more inclusive and address structural inequalities more effectively in Europe.
The Black Archives is a unique historical archive where one can go for inspiring conversations, substantive activities and books from black and other perspectives that are often underexposed elsewhere.
The Conscious Kid is an education, research and policy organisation that supports families and educators in taking action to disrupt racism, inequity and bias
Inclusive communication needs to be a strategic decision that is implemented in a structured way and becomes part of the company’s alphabet. It’s not about just putting diverse faces on your corporate pictures.
Most of the time, the intentions of communicators are good. But so often is our message not reaching everyone or doesn’t sound like we want it to sound. Inclusive communication is about creating visibility and creating a space where all voices can be heard.
Are you interested in diving into the numbers of diversity, inclusion and multiculturality in Belgium? UNIA has provided some interesting figures that you can use to drive multiculturality in your businesses!
How and what can we measure when we talk about “multicultural inclusion”? Without measuring, how can you know how diverse your company truly is, how can you check progress? Delia Mensitieri mentions several ways to measure, several possible KPIs as well.