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The Inclusive Hallam Event Series

The Inclusive Hallam Event Series

Sheffield Hallam is committed to advancing equality of opportunity, experience and outcome so that everyone can realise their full potential.

Inclusive Hallam is our online event series exploring some of society’s most challenging equality, diversity and inclusion issues and asking: “What can we all do to help make inclusion the norm within our communities and wider society?”

Email us if you have a question about the Inclusive Hallam series or a specific event.

Upcoming events

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Inclusive Hallam Great Outdoors Event

Nature is the theme of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021. For this Inclusive Hallam event we'd love you to sign-up to take an hour out of your day to get outdoors and connect with nature to support your mental health.

Inclusive Hallam Great Outdoors Event
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Race and Racism in the UK

David Olusoga is a British-Nigerian historian, broadcaster and film-maker. David will be discussing Black History, some of which is celebratory and some of which is not, he will speak to us about his own ideas knowledge and experiences.

Race and Racism in the UK Event

Previous events

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Let's Get Comfortable Talking About Race

Joined by leadership coach Kul Mahay to look at microagressions and white privilege

Microagressions and white privilege event
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International Women's Day

The University's Chancellor, Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, joined us to lead a panel of Hallam women academics to celebrate IWD 2021

International Women's Day event
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The Power of LGBT+ Voices in the Workplace

Exploring the stories and experiences of members of the LGBT+ community in the workplace.

LGBT voices event
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Not All Disabilities are Visible

An event focused on spreading awareness and understanding of disabilities that are not immediately apparent.

Invisible disabilities event

Recordings of past events are available on each event page – these are available in the previous events section.

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