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StellarHE: Ferhana Hashem’s Learning on Leadership

Black, Asian and ethnically diverse leaders have so many attributes to bring to the higher education sector: inclusive emotional intelligence, cultural competence, and inclusive leadership to name a few. And yet, many continue to be under-represented in senior roles whilst having to navigate daily negative experiences, from micro-aggressions to outright discrimination. This is why we’ve developed the StellarHE programme, which supports and develops diverse leaders in the field of higher education.

October 24th, 2023|News and Articles|

Herstory: How Restorative Journaling Can Help You Process Racist Incidents

Restorative journaling is a powerful tool for Black, Asian and ethnically diverse leaders, and one that can help them process and reframe difficult situations, as well as set goals for the future.

October 19th, 2023|News and Articles|

The Importance of Restorative Journaling for Racially Diverse Leaders

Restorative journaling is a powerful tool that helps racially diverse leaders process difficult experiences. When we translate difficult events – especially ones we find hard to talk about – into written language, we can reinvigorate and transform how we deal with the everyday challenges we face at work.

September 19th, 2023|News and Articles|

StellarHE: Nina Gow’s Experience on the Programme

Black, Asian and ethnically diverse leaders have so many attributes to bring to the higher education sector: inclusive emotional intelligence, cultural competence, and inclusive leadership to name a few. And yet, many continue to be under-represented in senior roles whilst having to navigate daily negative experiences, from micro-aggressions to outright discrimination. This is why we’ve developed the StellarHE programme, which supports and develops diverse leaders in the field of higher education.

August 25th, 2023|News and Articles|

What Should An Anti-Racist Organisation Look Like?

All organisations say they’re not racist, but the work of anti-racism requires more than words. Today, the Utopian dream of an anti-racist world has become a living nightmare; a nightmare in which organisations that claim to be diverse and inclusive fail to deliver on their promise of racial equality and the lived experiences of Black, Asian and ethnically diverse people are routinely ignored.

August 15th, 2023|Anti-racist, News and Articles|

In the Workplace, Is Gender a Bridge or a Barrier?

On the surface, women of all races and backgrounds appear to face the same challenges in the workplace. They are usually paid less than men for doing the same work, are far more likely to be sexually harassed, and – should they give birth or start families – are stung with the ‘motherhood penalty’, where organisations discriminate against them for having children ...

July 21st, 2023|Anti-racist, News and Articles|

Do Black Lives Matter post George Floyd?

The term Anti-racist and its close cousin Anti-racism have recently shot into public discourse with the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. Both terms are regularly invoked in the debate about whether it is enough to be ‘not racist’ or we should be doing more ...

June 21st, 2023|Black Lives Matter, News and Articles|
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