EOTO – Racism in the Workplace

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The Racism of the ‘Hard-to-Find’ Qualified Black Candidate Trope. Autumn McDonald, 2021

Stereotypes and racial bias in hiring and promotion are damaging at personal, career, and organizational levels.


Leading in Colour the fierce urgency of NOW

‘Leading in Colour – the fierce urgency of NOW’ is aimed at white leaders across the public sector, and in particular, at Chief Executives, Council Leaders, Partnership Boards and their teams.


Cultural Competence by Meera Spillett

Underpinned by the concept of Cultural Competence, organisations can create the conditions to receive and support more Black leaders, helping Black staff and leaders to survive and thrive within their roles and address the barriers that sadly still exist for Black staff in achieving primary leadership roles.


How to call out Racial Injustice at Work

Harvard Business Review


Ethnic Minority Social Workers in the UK: workforce representation, welfare, retention and progression.

What Works for Children’s Social Care


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