The creation and reproduction of racial inequality in the workplace
Friday 18 September 2020, 12.30pm to 1.30pm BST
Whereas equal rights for all have been enshrined in law for a long time now, empirical evidence clearly shows certain groups continue to lag behind others.
Whereas some inequality is to be expected in any social order, when particular inequalities persist over generations and continue to manifest themselves along racial, gender or class lines, the problem is clearly deep-rooted and systemic.
That such inequalities exist is now established beyond doubt, but how they are created and reproduced on an everyday basis in our workplaces is less clear.
Join Dr Kamal Munir as he will show how racial inequality is reproduced in organisations and why it continues to escape scrutiny, and how we can create healthier, more egalitarian organisations.
A recording of this session is now available to view on YouTube.
Dr Kamal Munir (Fellow of Homerton)
Dr Kamal Munir is Reader in Strategy & Policy at the Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, where he also serves as the Academic Director of the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy. His research interests lie in social change and stasis. Dr Munir's research has been published in leading journals and cited in a range of media outlets including the BBC, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, CNN, and many others. Dr Munir is a Fellow of Homerton College and also serves as the Race Equality Champion for the University of Cambridge.
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