Some people think it’s possible to talk about Diversity and Inclusion without being political.
Find out why Diversity and Inclusion is a political issue; whether you like it or not.
Here are some key messages from this episode
- The relationship between Inclusion and Identity Politics
- How Inclusion work is political
- Why you should consider how political your inclusion journey is and much more
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Here are some key takeaways from this episode
It’s not always easy to separate ideas from identity
“This depends if we’re talking about the identity of the person speaking or the concept of identity in general. Context is crucial here but in the context of inclusion separating them may be difficult”
Some say that creating change makes you political
“The author of that book identified the book as being political because of his commitment to “improve the lives of disabled people”. His commitment to change made him political and he’s not the first person I’ve encountered who had that opinion”
Promoting Inclusion has implications
“The reality is, Diversity, Inclusion, these things come with commitments and implications and we need to understand to understand what they are”
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How to disagree productively and find common ground
Element of Inclusion Conversation Thread That Inspired This Episode
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