RIBA Radio with Marsha Ramroop: Day 2 – 19 November 2021



Day 2 – 19 November 2021

For seven days, Marsha Ramroop, former BBC journalist and the RIBA’s Director of Inclusion & Diversity, will host a lively mixture of live and pre-recorded interviews, discussions and debate – featuring special guests from across the worlds of architecture, design, arts, culture, and sport, as well as key leaders from the worlds of EDI (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion).

Our exciting new pop-up radio station will focus on promoting diversity and inclusion within the architecture profession, underpinned by the key themes of CQ (Cultural Intelligence).

Programme
00:06:16
Getting It Wrong with Hamza Shaikh, Architectural designer and Producer of Two Worlds Design podcast; Jason Boyle, Architect and founder of the Global Architecture Alliance; and Paul Zara, Director at Paul Zara Architects

00:47:41
Discomfort with Robin Schlenger, Clinical social worker and anti-racist consultant; Jim Rooney, Architect at E2 architecture; and Phineas Harper, Director of Open City

01:30:09
Data and stats with Ellie Stathaki, Architecture Editor at Wallpaper*; Mac Alonge, Founder of The Equal Group Diversity & Inclusion Consultancy; and Emma Weber, Learning Transfer and Evaluation Specialist at Lever

02:02:55
Motivating yourself with Magid Magid, Activist, organiser, Founder and Director of Union of Justice; Thomas Young, British Paralympic athlete; and Sammi Kinghorn, World Champion Wheelchair Racer

Visit our website to listen to RIBA Radio live, enter our Lucky Prize Draw, and more: https://www.architecture.com/about/equality-diversity-and-inclusion/RIBA-Radio

The opinions expressed on RIBA Radio are solely those of the featured contributors. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of the Royal Institute of British Architects (“RIBA”). The contributors’ opinions are based upon information they consider reliable but RIBA does not warrant its completeness or accuracy, and it should not be relied upon as such. The broadcast and recordings may contain attitudes, language and opinions which may cause offence. If you are affected by the content in any of the broadcast, please get in touch at [email protected]

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