'Microaggressions' | BBC staff to receive diversity lessons

BBC staff to receive diversity lessons

Staff based at the BBC are set to be given diversity lessons in order to stamp out inadvertent instances of racism, also known as ‘microaggressions’.

According to the Daily Mail, the BBC’s Drama Commissioning Controller, Piers Wenger, has been in discussions about how the organisation can remove unconscious bias in order to help improve the representation of ethnic minorities.

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