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ODNE London and South East Gathering – Building Trust
September 10, 2021 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
At the last ODNE session we explored our on-going theme of belonging through a gender lens inspired by the work of Caroline Criado-Perez in her book “Invisible Women exposing data bias in a world designed for men’’ and also opened up to consider allyship and what this work meant for us as OD practitioners.
We are continuing our theme into the next session on Friday 10 September and back to 12.30-2.30pm BST
This session is an opportunity to explore the role of trust in anti-racist work, drawing on Louise Diamond’s Trust Model, developed through her work as a peace builder in places of violent conflict around the world’. If you have not come across it, this pdf gives a quick explanation http://www.thepeacecompany.com/store/pdf/Peacebuilding_BuildingTrust.pdf
Gilly Shapiro, Satwant Kaur and Sarah Bond will work alongside Rhian and lead us through the discussions. Some of you might know them from flourishing together conversations. This session will be a different exploration and you need no experience of those to join us.
We would also like to curate, collate and share useful, recommended resources in the area of anti-racism. If you have any url links to useful articles, podcasts, videos or resources that could benefit the community in this area of practice, please send those to us and we will collate them together and share those with everyone after the session. It’s a way of benefitting whether you are able to make the session or not. We will credit all contributions.
We also wanted to give a mention to the final session of the year, which will be on 3 December, where we will be exploring belonging considering class and social mobility.
If you would like to join our gathering or in planning the next gathering, or to facilitate, or manage the technical logistics whilst we meet on-line, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to everyone for making this such a vibrant and supportive community.
Wishing you all a good August and we look forward to seeing many of you in September
Rhian Cadvan-Jones, Sharon Green, Sarah Bond, Julian Burton, and Maureen