The lens of Intersectionality: exploring race related oppression, disadvantage and inequality: Webinar
This webinar will support children and family, and adults practitioners to understand the complexity of social systems that mean that the impact of racism and other forms of discrimination, that might be present and active at the same time, in the lives of people from minoritised groups.
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Intersectionality is a way of understanding social relations by examining intersecting forms of discrimination and privilege.
This webinar, delivered by Hári Sewell, will support practitioners to understand the complexity of social systems and the impact of racism and other forms of discrimination that may be present and active in the lives of people from minoritised groups.
This webinar looks at:
- Legislation, codes and ethics
- Responding to multiple identities and intersecting needs
- How inequalities affect intersections of identity
- The Social Ecological Model
- Understanding historical and geo-political impacts on people who come into contact with social care
- From individualised interventions to collective action
Resources that are mentioned in this webinar
- Equality Act 2010: guidance
- BASW Code of Ethics
- Professional Standards for Occupational Therapy Practice, Conduct and Ethics
- HCPC Standards of Proficiency Occupational Therapy
- An introduction to cultural competence in social care
- Black, Asian and minority ethnic leadership matters
- Confident practice with cultural diversity: Frontline Briefing
- Wellbeing supervision: Supervisors Briefing
- Supervision: Change Project
- Racism, intersectionality, privilege, power, fragility and allyship
- Promoting anti-racism in social work
PQS:KSS - Relationships and effective direct work | Analysis, decision-making, planning and review | Organisational context | Promote and govern excellent practice | Developing excellent practitioners | Shaping and influencing the practice system | Effective use of power and authority | Confident analysis and decision-making | Purposeful and effective social work | Lead and govern excellent practice | Creating a context for excellent practice | Designing a system to support effective practice | Developing excellent practitioners | Support effective decision-making | Quality assurance and improvement | The role of social workers | Person-centred practice | Effective assessment and outcome based support planning | Direct work with individuals and families | Supervision, critical analysis and reflection | Organisational context | Professional ethics and leadership | Values and ethics | Influencing and governing practice excellence within the organisation and community | Developing confident and capable social workers | Assuring good social work practice and development | Promoting and supporting critical analysis and decision-making | Effective use of power and authority as a practice supervisor
CQC - Effective | Responsive | Well led | Caring | Safe
PCF - Values and ethics | Diversity and equality | Rights, justice and economic wellbeing | Knowledge | Critical reflection and analysis | Intervention and skills | Contexts and organisations | Professional leadership
RCOT - Develop intervention | Qualified | Support development | Identify needs