Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Time to join the conversation
If you would like to extend your knowledge, awareness and engagement with this topic, the groups and resources below might be of interest. Do let us know if you find other resources we could share
Engineering needs people with different experiences, ideas and perspectives so that we can respond with the best and most innovative solutions to the problems our world is facing. The Royal Academy of Engineering has put diversity and inclusion at the heart of their strategy.
The Women’s Engineering Society aims to inspire women to achieve their potential as engineers, scientists and technical leaders. To make this happen, they support educators, managers and employers to create an inclusive industry. Together, they ‘encourage more gender diversity in engineering to solve the biggest societal issues of our time.
Women in rail was created to improve diversity in the UK rail industry through providing networking opportunities and support for all women within the sector, encourage undertakings and stakeholders to adopt diversity as a business strategy and devising initiatives aimed at positioning rail as an attractive career choice for young people.
WEBSITES AND ONLINE RESOURCES
Harvard University's Implicit Association Test (IAT) is not traditional training but a series of online tests that help individuals identify their unconscious biases.
Southern Illinois (University) Professional Development Centre have shared this video on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.