10.00am until 11.00am
Challenging Privilege: The Ethics of Intersectional Top Down Inclusivity
This talk will discuss the importance of inclusivity being a top down imperative. In order to interrogate and deconstruct privilege as well as divesting inclusivity labour being forced upon the very people it seeks to empower, examining the structures of how equality is everyone's work will form the foundation of this talk.
Beginning with gender, and continuing through techniques of intersectional inclusivity, the talk will encourage discussion around diversity being truly welcoming of differing attitudes, behaviours and identities, rather than the performance of privilege being a demand for inclusion.
Who should attend?
This session may appeal to non-profit and public sector professionals interested in full inclusivity from a variety of perspectives, both in public and private life. Some special attention will be given to the recruitment process.
Speaker: Professor Patricia MacCormack, Professor of Continental Philosophy at Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge
Patricia has published extensively on philosophy, feminism, queer theory, animal abolitionist activism, ethics, art and horror cinema. She is the author of Cinesexuality, Posthuman Ethics, The Animal Catalyst, Deleuze and the Animal, Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Cinema, and Ecosophical Aesthetics (Bloomsbury 2018). Her new book is The Ahuman Manifesto: Activisms for the End of the Anthropocene.
She has given training for a number of public and government sectors including Inclusive Employers, St Andrew's Trust, The Kite Trust, Universities UK and TPP.
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