This free course was written by Liz Smith, with contributions from Ayesha Peeran, Emma Laws, Julie Boak and Jennifer Adamson from The Open University Careers and Employability Services.
Critical review of the course was by Roberta Davies, EDI Learning and Development Officer and Khadija Patel, Partnerships Manager, The Open University.
With special thanks to Asif Sadiq, Craig Pemblington, Mark Ealing, Sophie Washington and Yusuf Nagdi for sharing their knowledge and experience of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
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Course image: Prostock-Studio; Getty Images
1: Making a difference as an individual: Prostock-Studio; Getty Images
2: Setting SMART goals: IvelinRadkov; Getty Images
3: Making a difference as an organisation: gguy44; Getty Images
3.1: Your role in achieving organisational goals: npstockphoto; Getty Images
4: Keeping up to date: Sensay; Getty Images
4.1: Maintaining the dialogue: fizkes; Getty Images
5: Diversity themes for the future: smshoot; Getty Images
Video 2: Tips for being an ally: courtesy of Franchesca Ramsey
Video 6: Berkley Lab’s Chief Diversity Officer talks about psychological safety: Berkeley Lab; A U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratory Managed by the University of California
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