Covid-19 has shown the pandemic has followed the pattern of existing inequalities. Its impact on ethnic minority communities has been substantial, with poorer health outcomes being experienced compared with the wider population. Covid-19 will be with us for a while. Now that we know, what can be done?
As part of a series of enei Webinars during Black History Month, Sue Liburd MBE, will share her thoughts on these inequalities how we can help lead positive change.
Sue is an award winning human capital innovation adviser and business mentor. Sue works internationally with some of the world’s leading Corporations, UK Charities and Government departments. Sue is deeply committed to alleviating health, education and workplace inequality. Sue proactively supports the recognition and advancement of underrepresented groups. A recognised voice and emergent thought leader in Diversity & Inclusion; last year she was awarded the Inclusive Companies national diversity champion award and has been recognised as one of the top one hundred women leaders driving gender and race diversity change in the workplace.
Who Should Attend?
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