To celebrate the UN World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development enei is delighted to host this webinar with Professor Mike Hardy.
Professor Mike Hardy is founding Director of the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations at Coventry University. His esteemed career in academia and commercially developing D&I governance across the world., included senior leadership with the British Council where he was responsible for the Council’s global programme for Intercultural Dialogue, youth engagement and global strategic partnerships . He partnered the World Bank, World Bank Institute, the UK Department for International Development, and United Nations Alliance of Civilisation, the Palestinian Welfare Association, the Belfast Community Safety Partnership among others. As the appointed lead expert for ‘Identity’ for the Vodafone-sponsored new Future-Agenda Initiative, he contributed to the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, 2011, Davos-Klosters. Mike continues to contribute to conferences, global discussions and applied research in intercultural dialogue, and cultural diversity. Mike is active within the UN and currently lead advisor to the World Forum for Intercultural Dialogue in Baku and the World Peace Forum in Indonesia; he directs the RISING Global Peace Forum at Coventry. His Centre at Coventry hosts the Academic Council of the United Nations System (ACUNS). Mike is Chair of the US-based International Leadership Association and a trustee of The Faith and Belief Forum, the leading interfaith charity in the UK.
Today he continues his contribution to Global Diversity and Governance in his role as Coventry University’s Director for the Centre for Social Relations, and Community Cohesion, a Leading centre for research.
Who Should Attend?
Global Head’s of HR and D&I, HR Directors & Managers, L&D/OD Specialist / Managers, Diversity Practitioners, Business Managers &, Employee Resource Groups and their sponsors.
Due to limited space and likely high demand there will be a £50+VAT admin charge for cancellations received less than 5 working days prior to the event.