Three reasons to attend NAHT’s Equalities Conference

Everyone is entitled to be treated with dignity and respect. The ability to live and work without prejudice is a fundamental right, regardless of your background, identity and experiences.

NAHT Equalities Conference 2022 brings together experts and leaders in the Diversity and Inclusion space who will help to equip you with the tools and resources to raise awareness of equality issues in the workplace.

 

Here are three reasons why you should attend:

We welcome Shaun Dellenty to chair our event. Shaun’s experience of how a simple pupil voice survey kick-started his work in LGBT+ inclusion is well-documented. Shaun can share how a training programme designed to support his own school went on to support thousands of teachers in hundreds of schools around the world. Not only is Shaun chairing this event but he is also delivering a workshop which will enable delegates to consider organisational change. Powerful and entertaining!

 

Hannah Wilson and Angela Browne from #DiverseEd are former Headteachers who coach, consult and train leaders on strategic approaches to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. From website…..”Hannah is a passionate and knowledgeable educator. She inspires others to be critically reflective, raising awareness of diverse and contemporary issues in education, offering a refreshing perspective’.  From testimonial, “Angela is keen to support colleagues from BAME groups in aspects of their leadership journeys. She is interested in exploring diversity issues, intersectionality and positive representation in schools”.

 

Andrew Copson is Chief Executive of Humanists UK and President of Humanists International. Andrew brings a unique perspective to the consideration of inclusion in its widest sense.  Andrew is an engaging and eloquent keynote speaker who can discuss with great passion, the pressures on campaigning organisations around integrity, navigating adversarial situations productively and the sometimes unspoken challenges of being friends across divides.

 

Our Equalities Conference takes place virtually on 29 September.

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