Understanding and Addressing Unconscious Bias Webinar

This one hour recorded webinar provides an understanding of unconscious bias. The webinar presentation covers what unconscious bias is, differences between conscious and unconscious bias, it’s impact on individuals and groups. We explore the neuroscience behind how unconscious bias is formed and explore basic mitigation strategies that individuals can use to identify and challenge internal […]

World Refugee Day

Today is World Refugee Day! Refugee Day is a day to shed a light on the plight of refugees globally as their human rights are undermined on grounds on race, religion, nationality, belonging to a social group or due to political opinion. According to 2018 UNHCR statistics, 70.9 million people are displaced from their homes […]

Domestic and Family Violence in Cross-Cultural Contexts in COVID 19 Webinar

This recorded one hour live webinar on ‘Domestic and Family Violence in Cross-Cultural Contexts in COVID-19’ explores domestic and family violence from a cross-cultural lens. It focuses on the nature of violence and abuse in cross-cultural contexts with particular consideration for the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usBQCDW9KFI  

Training Alert: Introduction to Culturally Responsive Practice

We are excited to launch our brand new full day training workshop on Culturally Responsive Practice taking place in March! Side note: There are also a few new workshops and some refreshing of previous workshops. At the moment all workshops are only delivered face to face but we will be launching online training soon so […]


Hello! Welcome the first blog of our new look website, freshly launched 8th November 2018. Welcome to the first blog post of this new website! I’m super excited to be launching this brand-new website and continuing to share new developments and my personal thoughts on topics cross cutting diversity. My apologies for those who have […]

Thoughts on Cultural Diversity


I was pondering on the notion of what cultural diversity is about, needless to say as someone who works in the cultural diversity training space, this is a question I continue to ask and seek answers to. Of course, the very nature of the question could, for some, imply an inquisitive eagerness to understand what […]

Domestic & Family Violence: A Cross-Cultural Lens


Welcome to my second blog exploring domestic and family violence from a cross-cultural. This post will explore cross-cultural skills are important in addressing issues of domestic and family violence with culturally diverse individuals and groups. In Australia, we use the term culturally and linguistically diverse (CaLD) or more recently new and emerging communities (NEC) to […]