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Lisa Whitehouse
Submitted by user1 on Thu, 02/07/2019 - 16:04

Housing Association Training 

We offer tailor made training for housing associations around issues such as: social inequality, community leadership, diversity in the community and unconscious bias.

An example of the aims for a workshop on social inequality and diversity in the community :

  • To create a safe space for people to be able to share their thoughts, experiences and ideas without worrying too much about saying the right things or being seen as non politically correct.

  • Encourage participants to reflect on their own unconscious bias and discuss ways of reducing it such as widening and diversifying your network and where you get your ‘news’ and information from.

  • To reflect on community development practices

  • To address issues of social inequality and diversity within Communities

  • Look at collection of data and what to do with it.

  • Encourage attendees to think about where they get there information about minorities ( migrants, Muslims, asylum seekers etc...) and to question them.

  • Reflect on their use of language.

  • There will be links to further reading and youtube videos for them to watch. Including Verna Myers : Walk towards your bias.

Contact us for more information

Housing association representatives please use this form while our booking and course selection system is under construction. We are happy to discuss options

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