Race and Ethnicity must not become an afterthought

Whitney Iles, CEO of Project 507, has submitted an article to the Clinks blog on issues around representation and voice in women centred aspects of the voluntary sector.

Whitney says “We must ensure that within women-centred spaces other identifying factors such as race and ethnicity do not become an afterthought. We must understand that in order to have an inclusive process, it is not enough to just include women, we must include women that represent a wide range of communities and perspectives.” 

Read the blog here