A doubling down on our commitment against racism and discrimination

Simon RoderickDiversity & inclusivity, Posts from Fram

Racism - diversity - George Flloyd

We were appalled at the senseless killing of George Flloyd. Of course it affected us most on a human level, but it also reminded us that in our professional lives that we all need to continue to work hard to eliminate racism and discrimination.

I’m proud to be part of a multi-cultural family, to have a wife from overseas, to work with people from all over the world. Diversity has done nothing but enrich my life and widen my horizons. Go to any dinner party in London and it’s a complete mix of languages and cultures, and yet everyone’s having fun, and it’s clear we have more uniting us than dividing us. Most of us want justice, equality, and kindness to prevail. However, what we’ve learnt of late is that we need to listen more, to speak up when we see wrongdoing, and to pursue our collective vision of opportunity for all with more energy.

Fram has always championed diversity, but we will be working harder to play our small part in making the world a better place.

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