IN THE MEDIA
Webinar about inclusion & well-being
Project: Dismantling systemic racism
In July 2022, Kazuri and the ENAR Foundation launched a partnership to build structures designed to combat systemic racism:
Community for DE&I professionals in Europe from racialised backgrounds
Directory of anti-racism professionals in Europe
Professionals can use the community to share knowledge, collaborate, and access support to further their careers. And the Directory will provide much-needed visibility to both anti-racism professionals and the work that they do, as well as providing a simple way for businesses to get in touch to initiate projects.
Look out for more news to come as this exciting project continues!
Live Q&A: Building inclusive spaces
What DE&I is - and what it isn't
How businesses can lead with DE&I principles, and what it looks like when they do
Innovative ways to promote inclusion and belonging in multicultural environments
European conference on intercultural theory
Together, Dr. Sandy Barasa of Radboud University and Tamara presented original research at SIETAR Europa's bi-annual conference to ask and answer this question, responding to prevailing portrayals of Africa as having a homogenous culture. Their talk invited the audience to see the real diversity within the continent and consequently interact with it and its peoples differently.
By popular demand, after the conference they held a LinkedIn Live to share the research with a wider audience.
Is it time for interculturalists to look beyond nations for a deeper understanding?
In this article, published by SIETAR Europa, Tamara explores this key question of our times. She examines the purpose and relevancy of national cultures in today's ever-evolving and globalised world, and provides insights into other dimensions that could complement (or replace) it.
Tamara Makoni named a HERoes Women Future Leader
INvolve' HERoes Future Female Leaders list celebrates 100 inspirational women who are making a significant contribution to gender diversity. In 2021, Tamara made the list for work that includes leading inclusive leadership workshops and campaigning for gender representation in the workplace.