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Intersectionality

GWN workshop

  • Location
    Pinsent Masons LLP, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London
  • Date

    Wednesday 23 May

  • Time
    6 to 9.30pm

This 90 minute workshop will introduce you to what Intersectionality means, how it was originally introduced and why it is so important to understand and grasp within the realm of diversity, inclusion and workplace culture. You will gain a better understanding of how individuals with multiple marginalised identities can have a compounded burden that can impact their lived experiences and their careers.

This will be an interactive session with lots of discussion and practical examples around how we can make a difference by challenging collective biases that exist in our intersectional world today. We encourage a fun and interactive learning environment, so if you’re interested in the topic, come along to learn, share and network!

Timings:
6:00pm – Delegate arrival / registration
6:30pm-8:00pm – Workshop (90 mins)
8:00pm-9:30pm – Networking with snacks and drinks


Please note this event is only for GWN members and invited guests from Milbank.


About the Facilitator


Huma Qazi is an international consultant and facilitator focusing on diversity, inclusion and leadership. She has over 20 years of global corporate experience with companies such as Eni and BP. Huma has lived in the U.A.E, Pakistan, USA and the UK and is multilingual. Huma designs and delivers programmes on Diversity & Inclusion, e.g. Opportunities4Women, Active Inclusion, BAME Inclusion, Employee Network Leadership etc.. in the UK and internationally for a variety of clients. Huma’s passion is to “humanise businesses” and her vision is for organisations to have a more human focus that value happiness and see different people and different thinking as an advantage. Huma provide solutions to enable leaders to deliver exactly that. Huma has an MBA in Marketing, MSc in HR Management, is a certified NLP Practitioner and an Accredited Facet5 Practitioner for personality profiling.