This episode focuses on inclusive psychological safety featuring guest speaker, Mo Ali, Coach & Co-founder of The Innovation.
The Innovation community
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If we want to build more inclusive cultures, we need to get comfortable talking about race.
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Brene Brown, Dare to Lead
John Amaechi OBE, Promises of Giants
Tiffany Jana and Matthew Freeman, Overcoming Bias: Building Authentic Relationships across Differences
This series explores inclusivity through the lens of security risk management (SRM). It can be said that inclusivity is at the heart of successful SRM. Organisations have a responsibility to provide a duty of care to all staff. They must take all reasonable measures to protect their staff from foreseeable risks, including those that emerge due to an aid worker’s personal characteristics such as, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, gender, disabilities, sexual orientation etc. Security professionals need to have a comprehensive understanding of how personal identities and characteristics can impact personal security. This knowledge should be integrated into security polices and approaches so that they are inclusive and effective for all.
While it is important to design and create inclusive security policies and practices, operationalising inclusivity can come with challenges. What do security mangers need to know? How can they stay up to date and ultimately keep producing and designing inclusive security procedures? This podcast series explores the elements of inclusive security, what it is and what it looks like in the humanitarian context. These conversations are enriched by expert guests spanning security professionals, humanitarians, and more.