Training Session: Power and Oppression

Following from the recommendations of Lynne Townley and HHJ Kaly Kaul QCs’ report * on bullying and harassment at the Bar and the successful 2019 and 2020 AWB roundtables:

Training Session: Power and Oppression

A taster training session to show how we are conditioned into the dynamics of oppression – such as racism, sexism and homophobia – and how we can overcome this and create the conditions necessary for diversity and inclusion

By Raggi Kotak (Barrister, One Pump Court Chambers)

Raggi is a Trainer in process work, a facilitation method for conflict and change, specialising in issues relating to power and oppression; the Co-ordinator of the Anti-Trafficking Legal Project; a Trustee of Imkaan (a violent against women and girls project for BAME communities); Author of article Racism and The Bar  in Counsel Magazine (January 2020) 17 – 18.

Monday 16 March 2020

6 – 9pm

City University Atkin Building, Room 4

Gray's Inn WC1R 5DX

https://www.city.ac.uk/about/campus-map/campuses/grays-inn/atkin-building

To reserve a place please email: Lynne.Townley@city.ac.uk

 

*In The Age of ‘Us Too?’: Moving Towards A Zero-Tolerance Attitude To Harassment and Bullying At the Bar – A Report on the Association of Women Barristers’ Roundtable On Harassment And Bullying With Recommendations (2019 published online at https://www.city.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/492594/AWB-Anti-Bullying-Round-Table-Report-Oct-2019.pdf )