#MyDiverseEd Pledge

#MyDiverseEd Pledge

At the end of every event and training session we have a call to action – we invite our audience and our participants to make a commitment.  A commitment to stand up. A commitment to speak out. A commitment to be an ally. A commitment to be the solution and not the problem.

Here are a few examples of the pledges the #DiverseEd network have made:
  • I will be bold, listen to my students, act on their ideas and work with those who aren’t engaged in DEI work. @LoisNethersell
  • #MyDiverseEdPledge is to add #unlearning to my pledge to remain & promote curious learning. @vic_2820
  • To embrace the fear so that I can be my authentic self. Create conversations to benefit from our diversity. @HeyTeachOnline
  • To continue to work on my governing body to make them consider every area of the #EqualityAct to ensure that all people and families feel seen, heard and recognised. @NoWest4TheWickd
  • #MyDiverseEdPledge is to embrace critical thinking – even, and especially, when it feels “too political”! @TheBognorWoo
  • #MyDiverseEdPledge is to be a true ally and use my privilege to create an inclusive space and platform for others. @missDC_teacher
  • #MyDiverseEdPledge is to listen, read, research, act and ask more to help myself and others. Know your audience. @MissReesTeach
  • To be comfortable with feeling uncomfortable, this isn’t about me but about using the power I have to challenge, disrupt and change. @KerryJordanDaus
  • To challenge ableism with kindness and respect, to be an ally by understanding the interests of diverse groups and amplify the voices of individual’s in receipt of oppression. @EQTraining
  • To review all aspects of #PGCE @SomersetSCITT with @SSESomerset marketing, content, recruitment and delivery of #ITT is not something we just talk about but something that lives and breathes our organisation. @DepSomSCITT
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