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June 27, 2017

Have you ever been asked to go on anti-racist training and find yourself rolling your eyes with your thought bubble stating ‘Here we go again! Why do I need this? I’m not a racist!’ I’ve delivered anti-discrimination training for a number of years and yes, on its own it is not the answer. However there are times when it is necessary intervention to prevent situations escalating in the workplace. The fear of getting ‘it’ wrong, or actually getting ‘it’ wrong is a real dilemma...

December 1, 2015

Recent news has once again highlighted the issues of racism in Scotland and has led to some Facebook friends having to use their click power to unfriend people they have decided are racist.

The fear of being called racist has put many on the defensive. But as a colleague of mine pointed out, ‘being called “racist” is not an insult. It’s an adjective to describe something which prioritises the importance and value of one ethnic group’s identity, appearance, culture or way of li...

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