For people to thrive diversity, equity and inclusion is critical. Yet finding time and resources to make a meaningful difference to organisational culture can be challenging. That’s why we’ve curated a set of online insights to fuel your inclusive practice. Each article in this series covers a key theme or issue in DE&I. Whether you have 5, 20 or 60 minutes to spare – we present these recommended resources to engage with and share.
If you have 5 minutes, try this:
A disability activist shows leadership on inclusion at EXPO 2020 and beyond
Fatma Al Jassim describes a fresh approach to providing inclusive conditions in the United Arab Emirates – rather than ‘persons with a disability’ she refers to ‘persons of determination’
If you have 20 minutes, try this:
Building for Success in Recruiting and Supporting Disabled People in the Workplace
We love the 6 steps to disability diversity in the workplace outlined by Disability Rights UK. Also note the importance of measurement: “An organisation that doesn’t measure disability, doesn’t find it and doesn’t manage it.”
If you have 60 minutes, try this:
A rising tide lifts all boats
“Neurodiversity may be every bit as crucial for the human race as biodiversity is for life in general. Who can say what form of wiring will be best at any given moment?” So says Harvey Blume, quoted in this piece from Deloitte about making extra effort to recruit, retain, and nurture neurodivergence in our teams.