BME Leadership at a Local Level during the Pandemic and Embedding Goodwill and Collaboration post-Black Lives Matter Movement 2020 campaign.
This Open University Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership (CVSL) webinar marks the International Day for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. The workshop will bring together researchers, service providers and leaders of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) organisations from across the UK and beyond.
CVSL will be sharing lessons learnt from 2021 research on engagements and collaboration between the leadership of BME groups and service providers and follow-up research projects. The workshop will include a presentation on the work of the Cardiff Race Equality Taskforce over the last two years and allow guests to learn more about the experiences of BME leaders from across the UK and further afield during that period.
This event has been organised and will be chaired by Dr Fidèle Mutwarasibo, Lecturer in Work Based Learning.
Dr Carol Jacklin-Jarvis, Director of The Open University’s Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership
2:03 Opening Remarks
Prof Siv Vangen, Head of The Open University Business School and Founder of The Open University’s Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership
2:10 UK Community Foundations’ work in the context of BLM and Covid
Kaveed Ali, Director of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion, UK Community Foundations
2:25 Reflections on the work of the Cardiff’s Race Equality Taskforce
Charlotte Amoss, Senior Policy Officer, Inclusion and Engagement, Cardiff Council
2:40 Black Thrive’s work in the context of BLM and Covid
Lela Kogbara, Director Black Thrive Global
2:55 CVSL Research on Service Providers’ Collaboration and Engagements with the leadership of BME groups - 2020 – present
Dr Fidèle Mutwarasibo, Lecturer in Work-Based Learning, The Open University Business School
Chaired by Dr Carol Jacklin-Jarvis