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Inclusion and Anti-racism Training with Dr Ebun Joseph, for PPN Member Groups


11/09/2024 14:00 – 25/09/2024 17:00

Wednesday 11 September, 2.00pm – 5.00pm: Understanding [Anti]racism in the workplace
Wednesday 18 September, 2.00pm – 5.00pm: Implicit (unconscious) Bias Training with the bias test
Wednesday 25 September, 2.00pm – 5.00pm: Storytelling and Active unlearning as a means of navigating the workplace

In-person event at Carmichael, refreshments provided.

This training is of value to anyone interested in the areas of equality, diversity and inclusion; working in multi-cultural spaces and fairness in an integrated world.

Dr Ebun Joseph is a Diversity and Race relations consultant, Director Institute of Antiracism and Black
Studies and Founder and Chairperson, African Scholars Association Ireland (AFSAI, 2018 -2022). Dr
Joseph is the Coordinator and Lecturer in UCD of the first Black Studies module in Ireland. She worked as a Teaching Fellow at TCD, Career Development Consultant at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and Business in the Community Ireland as Training and Employment Officer. Dr Joseph has a PhD in Equality Studies from UCD School of Social Justice; an M.Ed. in Adult Guidance and Counselling from Maynooth University; an IACP accredited diploma in Professional Counselling; and a B.Sc. in Microbiology from
the University of Benin. Dr Joseph focused her PhD dissertation, titled ‘Racial Stratification in the Irish labour market’ on workforce experiences. Ebun is an author, TV panellist, Columnist, equality activist and
convenor of various webinars on Anti-Racism. With a research focus on Labour markets and race
relations, she has presented at several conferences, businesses and non-profits. Ebun is published and
contributes regular responses on contemporary issues of racism in Ireland. Her recent book is titled,
Racial stratification in Ireland: A Critical race theory of labour market inequality with Manchester
University press. She also co-authored the book, Challenging Perceptions of Africa in Schools: Critical
Approaches to Global Justice Education with Routledge in Jan 2020.

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