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  • Writer's pictureDr Shungu Hilda M’gadzah


Navigating & Challenging Everyday Racism and Discriminations.

Embedding EDI into your Workplace & Schools

Frameworks for Measuring Impact & Progress


Don't miss out on our Annual trailblazing event! Our pioneering event is back by popular demand. Empower your own self development and improve diversity and inclusion in your organisation or workplace. Check out testimonials from last year.


Tickets are now on sale. Only £30 including lunch!



Join Us In Creating a More Inclusive World.


Are you ready to dive deep into the complexities of equality, diversity, and inclusion? Have you ever wondered how different sectors can collaborate to enhance racial justice and belonging in our ever-evolving society?


What's Involved?

This one-day event is not to be missed. We understand the challenges many face in embedding EDI (Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion) into the fabrics of their organisation.


The Six Stages Inclusive Framework helps organisation (and schools) go beyond performative measures: cultural celebrations, conversations about unconscious bias and white privilege to real action and implementation.


It supports evidence-based practice and data gathering, obtaining base line measures through the Six Stages Framework Diversity Assessments which enable you to chart your progress.


Who’s the Conference For?

·      Corporate Organisations

·      Schools & Local Authorities

·      Health Services

·      Higher Education

·      Police and Criminal Justice

·      Anyone passionate about EDI


An amazing venue!


The Conference will take place at St Martin-in-the Fields, Trafalgar Square, WC2N 4JJ on June 28th, 2024, set in the heart of London.

Take a 3D tour of our venue here:


Engage with Visionaries


Start your day with groundbreaking insights from leading experts. Our opening address and keynotes will set the stage for a series of powerful discussions, including:


•   Diverse Cross-Functional Roundtable: Engage with top professionals in a dynamic panel discussion, followed by an audience Q&A.


•  Exclusive stimulating and thought-provoking conversation between the dynamic sister duo, Afua Hirsch: Award-winning writer, journalist, former barrister and filmmaker; and  Dr. Ama Collison: Millennial Psychology Limited.

•   Networking Lunch: Connect with like-minded individuals and grow your professional network over lunch.


•   Afternoon Sessions: Dr. Shungu H. M'gadzah: will present a compelling keynote on "The Six Stages Framework: Understanding and Dealing with Everyday Racism.”

Exploring practical applications in various sectors and drawing from the SSF transformational toolkit.


•   Workshops: To consolidate and explore the days learning and make recommendations to be published in our annual report.


Who's Speaking?

•  Dr. Shungu H. M'gadzah: Six Stages Framework & Inclusion Psychologists Ltd

•   Dr. Ama Collison: Millennial Psychology

•  Afua Hirsch: Award-winning writer, journalist, former barrister and filmmaker


Visit the wide range of market stalls and bookstore on display.

Explore the books from This is Book Love an award-winning collective and bookstore curating and showcasing and bringing together the best multicultural content the world of arts has to offer Schools, Nurseries, Public and corporate spaces


Online agenda and details of speakers and panelists


Information for Schools


Get Your Tickets

Tickets are now on sale. Join us for our Annual trailblazing event!

Only £30 including lunch!




Link for more Information & Testimonials about last year’s event:


For sponsorship opportunities or Market stalls contact Dr. Shungu at: drshungu@inclusionpsychologists.comor Dr Ama  Dr. Ama Collison


Best wishes,




Dr Shungu Hilda M'gadzah

Director & Lead Consultant Psychologist

Inclusion Psychologists Ltd

Tel: 07956 965 266


AUTHOR: Understanding & Dealing with Everyday Racism- The Six Stages Framework The Six Stages Framework Book




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