Critical Race Theory in the workplace
It isn’t just the public sector, the world of arts or academia that have embraced Critical Race Theory (CRT) and are engaged in social justice warfare. The world of work and professional environments are rife with otherwise rational individuals, whose day-to-day activities can involve complex and specialised areas requiring critical thinking and the application of logic, clambering over themselves and throwing all their faculties out of the window in a desperate rush to showcase their adherence to the “woke” agenda. One of the problems with the sphere of private organisations is that they are by definition…private. Their internal workings tend to stay internal unless they choose to publicise. This means that much less insight is available to those on the outside, as those on the inside understandably protect themselves by not whistleblowing too loudly, if at all.
When will the trade unions speak up?
A rigid orthodoxy “demands diversity in everything but opinion”, Paul Embery at Unherd on what trade unions need to do to stay relevant.
If you want to tackle the unevidenced concept of “implicit bias” training, which is becoming more common in all working environments, including educational ones, you need to know what it is first. This DDU FAQ will help.
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