eLearning / Online Course
It can be challenging to understand the importance of confronting discrimination. Even the word confront carries negative connotations that can make targeted people and witnesses to discrimination feel unsafe and unsure.
But when people are discriminated against, their welfare and well-being are negatively impacted. Research has shown that confronting discrimination not only addresses that one specific incident it can also help to model appropriate behavior for others and bring unconscious bias to light. So, when you think about it, confronting discrimination is a responsibility that we all need to shoulder.
About this course
Creating a workplace culture in which discrimination is confronted protects the well-being and performance of groups and individuals, making the work environment safer for you and your colleagues. It can also help everyone to understand their responsibility to confront discrimination inside and outside of the workplace, helping to create a better world for all of us.
Why confronting discrimination is important1 out of 3 key points
The barriers to confronting discrimination2 out of 3 key points
How to confront discrimination effectively3 out of 3 key points