Walking in the shoes of others: Seeing and overcoming the complexities of intersectionality

Cate Thomas, Colleen MacMillan, Ellen Swavley, Hayley Torabi, Kim Doyle, Megan Osmond, Merryn McKinnon

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This workshop provides participants the opportunity to actively contribute to understanding and educating others in why intersectionality is important for innovative organisations. What do we mean when we say intersectionality? How can we improve the way we see and address real-world barriers in the workplace? How do we create inclusive environments? How do we know we are moving forward? What evidence and data assists in this space?
This is an action-based workshop with outcomes that participants can take back to their home organisation. It also provides cross-institutional opportunities for collaborative research recommendations on this important topic.
Bring your feet, and be ready to walk!
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2020
EventLean HE Global Festival 2020 - Virtual event - Scotland, United Kingdom
Duration: 19 Oct 202023 Jan 2021


ConferenceLean HE Global Festival 2020
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
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