Commonwealth Games: Championing Inclusion
As you may know, we at The Inclusion Post are West-midlands based, and big fans of diversity and inclusion. So, hearing that this year the Commonwealth Games are being held in Birmingham
7 Facts You Didn’t Know About International Women’s Day
March 8th marks this year’s International Women’s Day – the celebration of women worldwide. it’s a day to “Celebrate women’s achievement. Raise awareness against bias. Take action for equality”.
Fascinating Facts About Valentine’s Day
February 14th is right around the corner, and with the past couple Valentine’s Days being spent in lockdown, it’s no surprise that everyone’s getting ready to celebrate once again.
Education: Should Universities be free?
One night, I was scrolling through a university website, looking through postgraduate courses that I’m interested in taking in the future. I paused when my attention was caught by the ‘tuition fee’ section, gawking at it as it led me to ponder whether universities should continue to be funded?
Unconscious Gender Bias in the Workplace
Unconscious or implicit bias is defined as unknowingly developed associations between various qualities and social categories such as race, gender, or disability, as well as judgements made without conscious awareness.
Islamophobia in the Workplace
For many muslims in Britain the workplace can be a hostile environment, it often reflects the xenophobia which is sadly prevelant within our society. It is our duty to ensure that not only is islamophobia addressed, but that it is eradicated from Britain.
Britain’s South Asian Representations and How to Fix Them
Representation and diversity are the key building blocks for building an inclusive society. British media and institutions must do more to reflect this fact, especially with Britain’s South Asian community.
Racism and Sexual Health: Britain’s Relationship with Colonial Thought
Britain’s history of medical inequalities has threatened thousands of BAME people for years, it is vital that as a nation we look to define and deal with this disparity.
Top 25 Inclusive UK Universities Part 1
Law and Order
Doreen Lawrence: A Remarkable Mother’s Fight For Justice
Baroness Doreen Lawrence’s journey to becoming a key figure in the British Civil Rights Movement began with the brutal murder of her son, Stephen Lawrence, in 1993.
Hometown Heroes: Celebrating the Pillars of Our West Midland Communities
2022 will see the return of the Commonwealth Games to Britain. This time the host privileges have been given to Birmingham and the West Midlands.