The challenge of progressing equality is a huge one, and ETI is committed to unpacking the complex issues around Black Lives Matter.
While anti-discrimination has featured in the ETI Base Code since it first launched, we continue to explore how we can mainstream equality and fairness across every aspect of what we do.
We know we don’t have the answers yet. But as we search for them, we will involve everyone – members, staff, partners, and workers – in the conversation, and commit fully to ongoing progress and meaningful, sustainable change.
ETI sees itself very much as a “community”, within which we all strive to oppose and root out discrimination. But recent events have shown just how far there is to go on the journey towards anti-racism. As an organisation, we are initiating a process of educating ourselves, confronting our own biases, and ensuring everything we do in the future is informed by that learning and self-examination.