University of Bradford hosts international diversity conference
13 June 13
The Centre for Inclusion and Diversity at the University of Bradford is all set to run its annual 'Making Diversity Interventions Count' International Conference on 18 June 2013.
This, the third annual conference, aims to explore the practical changes that organisations can make to ensure their diversity policies become a reality.
With contributions from a wide range of eminent national and international speakers, this popular conference will feature the latest research and development as well as practical advice for application of knowledge.
Key speakers include: Professor of Diversity Uduak Archibong from the University of Bradford; Dr Amy Kahn, Vice Provost from the University of the Rockies; Dr Ken Sherman, Editor in Chief for the Journal of Psychological Issues in Organisational Culture, and Dr Keri Heitner, from the School of Advanced Studies at the University of Phoenix.
One of the themes which will be highlighted within the conference is ‘Achieving Diversity Excellence in Austere Times’; delegates will also hear lectures giving practical advice based on successful diversity practice.
The conference promises attendees the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the success factors and obstacles to diversity within employment across the public, private, voluntary and community sectors.
The day-long conference will be held in the Great Hall, Richmond Building within the main campus of the University of Bradford.
Further information and tickets available here.
13 June 13
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