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Unconscious Bias… What is it? Does it impact on your practice? Can you become more aware of your bias to improve diversity and inclusion in CLD?

Come and join us at the next Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (ED&I) members forum where we will kindly be joined by colleagues from Education Scotland’s CLD team. During this informal forum session, you will be invited to consider how to become aware of biases and ways in which we can challenge them. Together, we will explore how understanding bias can support our work with learners and communities. We will also look at the equalities professional learning resources available.

To register for this forum session please book on Eventbrite

As always, we aim for this to be a safe, inclusive and positive space for CLD practitioners to share expertise, ask questions and develop knowledge to inform practice. All links, presentations and resources will be available for you to access on our ED&I i-develop group after the session.

Session Aims:

  • Explore what is unconscious bias and how we can be more aware of our own
  • Discuss the impact of unconscious bias within CLD practice
  • Investigate CLD resources available for Inclusion, Wellbeing and Equalities

The session will be held on MS Teams and a link will be sent to you 24 hours prior to the event

The CLD Standards Council Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Members Forum (ED&I) was established in Nov 2022 by Members of the CLD Standards Council Scotland, from the original Equalities Reference Working Group. The forum aims to support the creation, improvement and implementation of equalities and inclusion practices and processes that enhance the values and principles of the CLD Standards Council Scotland.