InsTech London was really pleased to be involved in a panel discussion on Allyship in the workplace hosted by The Camelot Network’s Inclusion & Diversity Think Tank and sponsored by Genasys.
The diverse panel explained what Allyship is, how to action it and the impact it can have in creating a truly inclusive society.
The speakers include:
- Rebekah Bostan – Director of Research and Insight, InsTech London
- Lethabo Motsoaledi – Co-founder, Creator and CTO, Voyc
- Dr Joanna Abeyie MBE – Founder and Director, Blue Moon
- Paul Jardine – Chairman, Asta and Chaucer
The discussion was moderated by Miriam Reason, Founder at Reasonful.
Talking points include:
- What is Allyship, and why should you care?
- Why is Allyship the most powerful thing you can do at work?
- Why is the future of work about intersectional inclusion and Allyship?
- What do all the relevant terms mean?
For more information on The Camelot Network, go to thecamelotnetwork.com.
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