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Understanding intersectionality to build an inclusive culture

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November 29, 2017

Understanding intersectionality to build an inclusive culture

My talk at the DWP Gender Diversity event
Wednesday 29th November 2017

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kyliehavelock

November 29, 2017
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  1. Understanding intersectionality to build an inclusive culture @kyliehavelock

  2. What do we mean by intersectionality?

  3. None
  4. Why does intersectionality matter?

  5. Disadvantaged groups rely more heavily on public services

  6. Start with yourself

  7. cisgender

  8. cisgender white

  9. cisgender white university educated

  10. cisgender white university educated good job

  11. cisgender white university educated good job able-bodied

  12. cisgender white university educated good job able-bodied mentally well

  13. cisgender white university educated good job able-bodied mentally well English

    first language
  14. cisgender white university educated good job able-bodied mentally well English

    first language gay
  15. cisgender white university educated good job able-bodied mentally well English

    first language gay female
  16. cisgender white university educated good job able-bodied mentally well English

    first language gay female underpaid
  17. cisgender white university educated good job able-bodied mentally well English

    first language gay female underpaid young
  18. cisgender white university educated good job able-bodied mentally well English

    first language gay female underpaid young working class parents
  19. De-centre your perspective

  20. heterosexual

  21. heterosexual male

  22. heterosexual male cisgender

  23. heterosexual male cisgender able bodied

  24. heterosexual male cisgender able bodied good job

  25. heterosexual male cisgender able bodied good job well paid

  26. heterosexual male cisgender able bodied good job well paid university

    educated
  27. heterosexual male cisgender able bodied good job well paid university

    educated BME
  28. heterosexual male cisgender able bodied good job well paid university

    educated BME social housing
  29. heterosexual male cisgender able bodied good job well paid university

    educated BME social housing single parent
  30. heterosexual male cisgender able bodied good job well paid university

    educated BME social housing single parent unemployment
  31. heterosexual male cisgender able bodied good job well paid university

    educated BME social housing single parent unemployment non-tech background
  32. None
  33. None
  34. None
  35. 1. Self reflect

  36. 1. Self reflect 2. De-centre your perspective

  37. 1. Self reflect 2. De-centre your perspective 3. Listen across

    difference
  38. 1. Self reflect 2. De-centre your perspective 3. Listen across

    difference 4. Counter systemic bias
  39. 1. Self reflect 2. De-centre your perspective 3. Listen across

    difference 4. Counter systemic bias 5. Be vulnerable
  40. Thank you @kyliehavelock