Black History Month – Information and Resources: Part Three

Black History Month continues and throughout October at MMCS, we continue to offer information to inform people about the lived experience of the UK Black community and to celebrate those making a real difference. We Belong seeks to improve the livelihoods and security of young migrants…

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“Supporting Black Professionals in Nuclear” – A Webinar from Diversity and Inclusion in UK Nuclear

In honour of Black History Month, Diversity and Inclusion in UK Nuclear are hosting a webinar on the topic of “Supporting Black Professionals in Nuclear”. The aim of this webinar is to provide useful tips to support Black employees and colleagues by discussing practical ways to boost recruitment, aid retention,…

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Black History Month – Information and Resources: Part Two

Black History Month continues and throughout this month at MMCS, we continue to offer information to educate people about the lived experience of the UK Black community and to celebrate those making a positive change. Exist Loudly – Tanya Compas is a social worker and the…

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“Creating a Mentally Healthy Work Environment in Uncertain Times” Webinar Now Online

MMCS hosted a webinar last week, in the run-up to World Mental Health Day last Saturday. Our guest speaker Shazney Spence (Managing Director of Equanimity) shared her expertise to provide a greater sense of Mental Health awareness, acceptance and action points to allow you to manage your mental health and…

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Black History Month – Information and Resources: Part One

Black History Month is celebrated this month in the UK. At MMCS we wanted to provide some information to educate people about the lived experience of the UK Black community and to celebrate those making a positive change. She Leads For Legacy – Sharon Amesu, along…

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Back this Month: One-To-One Inclusion and Diversity Strategy Sessions

MM Creative Solutions’ director, Monica Mwanje, is offering confidential one-to-one inclusion and diversity strategy sessions.  A limited number of 60-minute sessions will be available on selected dates throughout October. This focused one-to-one session is for those responsible for diversity and inclusion in their organisation. How does the session work? The…

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National Inclusion Week Resources – Part 3

As National Inclusion Week draws to a close, we share the final part of resources and information on the subject of inclusion in the workplace. How to prepare for ethnicity wage gap reporting, by Charlotte Moorhouse for People Management – This article lays out the steps to take when…

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Webinar – Creating a Mentally Healthy Work Environment in Uncertain Times

MMCS will be hosting a webinar in the run-up to World Mental Health Day (on Saturday, 10th October 2020), following our previous webinar, “Increasing productivity and maximising wellbeing whilst working from home”. Our guest speaker Shazney Spence will share her expertise to help you manage your mental health at…

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National Inclusion Week Resources – Part two

As part of National inclusion week, MMCS continues to provide important resources and information to assist you in fostering and contributing to a more inclusive workplace. Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace – this brilliant video by DuPont (one of the world’s largest chemical companies) efficiently summarises what everyone…

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National Inclusion Week: Information and Resources, Part One

This week marks National Inclusion week, so throughout the week we will be sharing resources and information that will hopefully help you to create a more inclusive workplace. Software company SAP will bring out a series of podcasts that shed some light for organisations on how to create a diversity…

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NEWS

At the time of this update going live, it is Stephen Lawrence Day in the UK. Stephen was just 18 when he was murdered in an unprovoked racist attack on 22nd April 1993, and it took 19 years to convict two of his attackers. The inquiry of Stephen’s case, followed by the Macpherson report, brought about key changes to the Criminal Justice Act in the UK. Part of Stephen’s legacy is the Stephen Law...
MMCS MD Monica Mwanje features as a guest in the first episode of the Franklyy Podcast. Franklyy dives into the lives of people, exploring their journeys towards success and the paths and milestones that built them. Monica talks about how she started her Chemical Engineering career, from choosing the subject at University to joining Sellafield Limited as a graduate engineer. She then talks abou...
Diversity and Inclusion in UK Nuclear, the initiative co-founded by MMCS MD Monica Mwanje (alongside Thomas Thor CEO Callum Thomas) has changed its name to Inclusion And Diversity in Nuclear (IDN), effective immediately. As its press release detailed this week, the reasons for the name change are as follows: Moving the word ‘’inclusion’’ to come before ‘’diversity’’ emphasises the importance o...