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Business and Trade Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities

Delighted to be invited by the Business and Trade Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities, Kemi Badenoch to a reception this evening at the Royal Society Of Arts, London.

The event marks the publication of the government’s independent Inclusion at Work Panel report which launched today.

Inclusive Britain: government response to the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities.

This report delivers a compelling message: as a country we have made huge progress, but we can go further. And that racism still exists. However some minority groups have achieved successes that have gone unreported and acknowledged far from the nature of our society… they are more often than not an enabler of opportunity.

That is why I am thrilled to have received this invitation.

The Minister said:
“Discussions around diversity and inclusion at work are often bogged down by performative gestures……”

Drawing together their review of the latest evidence and data, the Panel developed a framework for employers, with five criteria for success:
·       Gathering evidence systematically and comprehensively
·       Reviewing interventions and processes regularly
·       Putting evidence into practice
·       Widening diversity of thought and experience
·       Restoring the importance of clear performance standards, high quality vocational training, and excellent management

What are your thoughts?

Link to the report is here:

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