A seated student speaks to Susan Goodwin and standing in the corner a student speaks to Munira Thobani

For Arts and Culture Engagement and Participation Practitioners in the West Midlands


Workshop 1: Tuesday 8th November – 9.30am – 4.30pm (with a break 12.30 – 1.30)

Workshop 2: Wednesday 16th November – 9.30am – 4.30pm (with a break 12.30 – 1.30)


This two-day workshop will support you to challenge your thinking and practice on equality and diversity, consider why there has broadly been limited progress to date, and help you to reframe the challenges of inclusive practice.

You will be introduced to the practical and thought provoking Thobani 6 C Equality and Inclusive Leadership Model and Audit Tool, which will enable you to reflect more deeply on your knowledge, skills and competencies, and how to strengthen them systematically so that you can act with confidence and collaborate with others for greater impact.

We believe that equality and inclusion is core to leadership work. At the end of this course you will have identified personal and professional actions that will help you make a step change in your leadership practice towards equality and meaningful inclusion.

Join us for a space created for arts and culture professionals, in the West Midlands, to have open and constructive conversations.

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Alternative booking methods are available for this event. Please contact us if you would prefer to book by phone 0121 446 3204 or email Gemma

Should you have access needs, please complete our access form online after booking, and a member of our team will be in touch. (Alternatively, this form is available in Word format on request)

We can provide a full guide to access at this event on request

Please direct any booking enquiries to Gemma