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Global Webinar 2020: Will the future Global Culture be driven by Intersectionality?

  • 6th October 2020
  • 10:00 - 12:30
  • This webinar will be hosted on Zoom


Programme overview

This webinar has been arranged around a busy week of Global dates which coincide with week (October 5-11th). This includes, World Mental Health Day, Coming Out Day, World Sight Day and World Osteoporosis which encompasses Disability, LGBTQ+ and wellbeing all in one week. The conference is focussed on how intersectionality will play a major role in determining how Global culture will move in the future.

The insight piece will be following the Global roundtable in November 2019, the trends and patterns shaping the Global workforce – with themes for the break-out sessions on Governance, Structure and Communication of D&I plans, with Employee/Business resource groups, Wellbeing at work regarding Mental health, Bullying & Harassment and finally Intersectionality /Belonging session.


10:00 - Introductions

10:05 - Liz Douglas –Anglo American – Global Leader (Global Overview)

10:25 - Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett (Global Trends)

10:45 - Mark Davis – Cultural Negotiator –Intersectionality Piece and training Module

11:10 - Panel Discussion – in the workplace – on Intersectionality  -Alan Holmes, Nadine Vogel, Marcia Ore, Pips Bunce, Liz Douglas and Jacqui Gavin

11:55 - Key Note Speech – Matthew Griffin – Future world of work

12:25 - Round up from Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett

12:30 - Close


Who should attend?

Global HR Managers, Global HR Partners, Global Heads of HR, HR Directors, Talent Manages Line Managers, Diversity practitioners; in-house Lawyers and others who want to know more about Global trends who are responsible for HR policy or have a people management responsibility.



Global Members: Free (max 3 spaces per organisation)

UK Members: Free (max 3 spaces per organisation)

Non-Members: £79+VAT