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Profitable Wellbeing - An Interview with Gamal Turawa on Intersectionality

In this powerful interview, G Gamal Turawa (or 'G' as he likes to be called) draws on experiences working as the UK's first openly gay black police officer in London's Metropolitan Police Service, shares his tips on diversity and inclusion strategies and how his upbringing impacted his ideas on intersectionality.

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"I’m Just Me" - Intersectionality from Behind the Label

Thursday, September 16, 2021
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How labelling can enable increased discrimination or disadvantage especially when the categorisations of race, class, and gender overlap.
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Thought for the week

Profitable Wellbeing - An Interview with Gamal Turawa on Intersectionality

In this powerful interview, G Gamal Turawa (or 'G' as he likes to be called) draws on experiences working as the UK's first openly gay black police officer in London's Metropolitan Police Service, shares his tips on diversity and inclusion strategies and how his upbringing impacted his ideas on intersectionality.

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See our event featuring 

Gamal Turawa

Guest speaker:

Gamal Turawa

"I’m Just Me" - Intersectionality from Behind the Label

Thursday, September 16, 2021
|
12:00 pm
1:30 pm
|
Online
How labelling can enable increased discrimination or disadvantage especially when the categorisations of race, class, and gender overlap.
Friday, August 6, 2021
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