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Sport and Recreation Alliance with Gateley Legal - In this podcast, Alliance Head of Governance Vijaya Panangipalli, alongside Sean Williams and Fiona Debney from Gateley Legal, discuss the Charities Act 2022 and its implications for sport and recreation organisations registered as charities. Source: Sport and Recreation Alliance.

Call In: Helping Leaders Navigate Today’s Cancel Culture - A podcast tackling EDI issues in the news and breaks down the practical steps that leaders can and should take to manage any organization in today’s world – when to “call in” and when to “call out”. Given today’s cancel culture, the ability to confidently exercise inclusive leadership is imperative. Source: Call In Podcast.

Queery. Some of the brightest luminaries in the LGBTQ+ family explore their stories of identity, personality and the shifting cultural matrix around gender, sexuality and civil rights. Source: Queery with Cameron Esposito.

Brown Table Talk. At their table Dee and Mita share stories and offer practical advice on how Women of Color can go beyond just surviving, and start thriving in their organizations. They also speak directly to allies on how they can be showing up for all of us. Source: Brown Table Talk Podcast.

The Argument. Jane Coaston has spent years on the receiving end of diversity initiatives, and for that reason, she’s skeptical. To debate D&I programs efficacy, she brought together Dr. Sonia Kang and Lily Zheng to argue what works and doesn’t when it comes to making workplaces fair for all. Source: Apple.

Women at Work. Conversations about where we are and how we move forward with Amy Bernstein, Amy Gallo, and Emily Caulfield. Source: Harvard Business Review

Busy Being Black. Josh Rivers explores how we live in the fullness of our queer Black lives. An oral history project and conversations with those who have learned and are learning to thrive at the intersections of their identities. Source Apple.