Hyre are proud partners of BAME in Property
Founded by Priya Shah in December 2017, BAME in Property is a forum for BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnicities) and non-BAME professionals who are passionate about increasing ethnic diversity in the property and planning sectors.
After reading that 14% of the UK's population classifies as BAME but only 1.2% of the built environment sector is BAME, Priya was inspired to create BAME in Property. After all, if the role of planning is to create diverse and inclusive communities, the sector should be reflective of this.
BAME in Property’s aim is to support talented people of all backgrounds, encourage upcoming generations to venture into fulfilling careers, and inspire businesses to create a wave of positive change.
Their approach is twofold, exploring the importance of ethnic diversity from recruitment, as well as planning delivery perspectives. They place importance on diversity of inputs and personnel to result in varied and innovative outputs.
Through engaging discussions, roundtables, workshops and networking events, BAME in Property has started a conversation about:
Why there is a lack of ethnic diversity in the built environment sector
What are the main prejudices faced by ethnic minorities in the property and planning sectors
What can individuals and companies do to start addressing this.
Through their work and advocacy, they aspire to make the industry more attractive to talented professionals from diverse backgrounds.
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