Webinar to address lack of diversity and inclusion in construction

As a government-commissioned report controversially finds that the UK "no longer" had a system rigged against minorities and has been accused of ignoring black and ethnic minority people's concerns, an Infrastructure Intelligence webinar on Friday 30 April 2021 looking at diversity and inclusion in the construction industry could not be more timely. 

The construction sector has particular challenges around diversity. As reported on the BAME in Proprty website, 14% of the UK’s population classifies as BAME but only 1.2% of the built environment sector is BAME. As BAME in Property say: "Given that the role of planning and the building industry should be to create diverse and inclusive communities, the sector should be reflective of this". So, why there is a lack of ethnic diversity in the construction sector? What are the main prejudices faced by ethnic minorities in the property and construction industry? And, what can individuals and companies do to start addressing this?

This webinar will explore how the industry makes the necessary changes to ensure that it attracts and retains talent and becomes the sector of choice for the business leaders of tomorrow and crucially explore how can make the industry more attractive to talented professionals from diverse backgrounds.

Join the debate on how we create a more diverse and inclusive construction industry by signing up to this webinar, which is organised in association with our Events and Communications Strategic Partner, BECG

Diversity and inclusion and encouraging the next generation 
Friday 30 April 2021 at 11am

Andy Walker, Editor, Infrastructure Intelligence

Roma Agrawal, Engineer, Author, Speaker and Presenter
Anjali Pindoria, Project Surveyor, Avi Contracts
Sendra Sylvester, ED&I Specialist, Atkins 
Verity Barr, Director, BECG
Amos Simbo, Director, Winway Consultants and Founder of Black Professionals in Construction

Click here to book a place on this webinar.

The Infrastructure Intelligence LIVE series of events is organised in association with our Events and Communications Strategic Partner, BECG

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