Anti-racism in the workplace
- Talk proactively to your colleagues about their experiences: How to talk about race at work.
- Share and educate yourself, members, colleagues, managers and staff side: Find how the CSP is working to oppose racism.
- Encourage visibility and inclusion at work, put up CSP posters with CSP print on demand services.
- Call out racist behaviour when you see it and show solidarity with colleagues if they experience it: 'How to be anti-racist and a white ally'.
- Follow @CSPBAME on Twitter.
- Join the CSP Black Asian and minority ethnic diversity network if you identify as BAME. Or encourage others to do so on the CSP website here.
- Recruit Black, Asian and minority ethnic members as CSP members and reps.
- Look out for leadership opportunities for BAME members on the CSP Leadership Development Programme.
- Attend the TUC, the STUC, Wales TUC and Black Workers’ conferences, or encourage other members to attend. Contact national officer Siân Caulfield for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org;
- Organise a race and equality group in the region/country you work, and tell us about it by emailing Siân Caulfield at email@example.com;
How to access advice and support within the CSP
- Are you facing discrimination at work? (or another employment or workplace issue): Contact your CSP workplace steward or equality rep.
- Are you facing discrimination at work? (or another employment or workplace issue): Don’t know who your steward or equality rep is or don’t have one?
- Call CSP enquiries 0207 306 6666 or email firstname.lastname@example.org: Enquiries will refer you to the senior negotiating officer for your region or national officer (equality and diversity) where you can find out more.
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