Do you know how to run inclusive events?
We’re here with news of a resource, which will help you learn about this topic.
Inclusive events is the fourth guide in a five-part series published last week by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ (CIPR) Diversity and Inclusion Network.
The new guide provides practical tips, checklists and information to help your organisation’s events, such as Town Halls, be accessible for colleagues.
It covers online, in-person and hybrid events, and it’s ideal for in-house communicators.
Thank you to Sara Thornhurst Chart.PR, MCIPR, Avril Lee MCIPR and Cornelius Alexander Dip CIPR, FCIPR, Found. Chart. PR and the CIPR team for creating this guide.
Previous CIPR Diversity and Inclusion Network guides include:
The fifth guide on Advocacy and Allyship will be released in December 2023.
Further reading from All Things IC
- Building a Culture of Inclusivity: Effective communication for diversity, equity and inclusion
- New guide to help Comms pros learn about diversity and inclusion
- How to write about equity, diversity and belonging
- Have we made progress on diversity in PR?
- How Asda is building a diverse and inclusive culture
- Ask yourself about diversity
- Black History Month: a comms and inclusion case study – by Lia Crooks
- How to start a conversation about racism and unconscious bias – by Gihan Hyde
- Guidance from the Chartered Institute of Public Relations
- How to create a sense of belonging for hybrid workers – by Helen Deverell.
Candid Comms podcast episodes
- A candid conversation about inclusion with Keith Riley
- How to create a sense of belonging
- Being Candid with Amrit Nijjar
Post author: Dan Holden
First published on the All Things IC blog 21 October 2023