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Wrigleys' Charity Leadership Forum: walking the walk – equality, diversity and inclusion Putting EDI at the forefront of your charity’s activities

Thursday 19th May, 2022 |
Online Forum

Free to attend

We are pleased to invite you to the next event in our charity leadership series. The forum runs regularly as a round table discussion with a focus on a different topic each time. The forum will be carried out under the Chatham House Rule and will provide an opportunity for discussion, knowledge and experience sharing.

Equality, diversity and inclusion is high on the agenda for the wider charity sector, particularly in terms of staff, trustees, volunteers and beneficiaries. This session offers an opportunity for self-reflection and to share experiences and good practice.

We have deliberately limited the numbers for the forum to create an environment conducive to free discussion and therefore, we anticipate that this forum will quickly be fully booked so please do sign up early to avoid disappointment.  This is also limited to one individual per organisation across both sessions.


Welcome and Introduction


"Walking the walk – Equality, diversity and inclusion"

Putting EDI at the forefront of your charity’s activities



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