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The UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities: ‘Building Back Better’ Podcast

Friday 3 December 2021 marks the UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Observed since 1992, it is a day aimed at promoting the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities in all spheres of society.

To celebrate and promote awareness of this important day, Partner Emma Bartlett and Senior Associate Wonu Sanda are joined on this podcast by Husnara Begum, a former City corporate lawyer turned career management specialist and skills trainer, who has severe rheumatoid arthritis and is an incredible advocate for all forms of diversity and inclusion, to discuss how this year’s theme, ‘building back better‘, can be applied in the workplace context and, in particular, in the legal profession.

Drawing on Husnara Begum’s personal insights on the impact of her own disability and her experiences in the legal profession, this podcast explores how employers, business leaders, and senior managers can better recruit, support, and promote people with disabilities in the workplace.

You can listen to previous episodes of our CM Murray podcast, where we discuss a wide range of topical issues in relation to partnership and employment law, here:
www.cm-murray.com/cmmurraypodcast 

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For more information on the topics covered in this recording, please contact our Partner Emma Bartlett or Senior Associate Wonu Sanda, both of whom specialise in employment and partnership issues for multinational employers, senior executives, partnerships and partners.

CM Murray is Ranked Band 1/Tier 1 for Employment (Senior Executives) by Chambers and Partners UK 2022 and  Legal 500 UK 2022. Brilliant employment law team…Incredibly talented knowledgeable and commercial in their very professional approach. Very able in international employment matters.’ (Legal 500 UK)


FEATURING


Emma Bartlett

Wonu Sanda