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  Part 3 of a 3-part blog    In becoming an active ally, we can apply what we learn from the Black Lives Matter movement to other communities and confront different unconscious biases we have, whether that be in relation to disability, LGBTQIA+ or different religions to name...

Removing fear from the equality equation - Black History Month learnings and reflection    Part 1 of a 3-part blog   As Black History Month has come to end and we continue to learn about and celebrate the black community, I would like to share what I have recently been made aware of.     In honesty, I have previously felt...

2020 was the start of a new decade: it offered a chance for new beginnings, to reach new aspirations, to excel in a brand new chapter of life. It promised the prospects that a new year offers but tenfold over. This was what the human race was ready to embrace, but mother nature had something...

Yesterday a couple of us at TWBC had a conversation about preferred pronouns, we discussed Eddie Izzard, other celebrities and colleagues. We reflected on how hard it can be to remember to use preferred pronouns when we are so conditioned to go by just what...

On pride month, I’ve been reflecting on what significance it holds for me. What feels important to me at this moment?  Like most values-based organisations at The Wellbeing Collective we’ve been really immersing ourselves into what it means to work well with difference and diversity. For...