For this month's blog, I have something different to share.
Here you go... Enjoy reading.
Let’s all take responsibility to start to change.
The design industry has not had an open door to everyone yet, but some are leading the way. But not many. We can clearly see this on their websites…
So, I’m glad and delighted to support Rukmini Patel Interior Design and Kate Watson-Smyth of ‘Mad About The House’ in their ‘Design For Diversity’ pledge. I know this is a fantastic idea and a good place to start.
Why and what is it for?
Well, it is an initiative to open up the interior design profession to be more diverse and inclusive. Also, to stop the silence. This campaign will keep the conversation and awareness going of the lack of representation of different ethnic candidates in the business.
This awareness is a great creative idea and pledge to encourage diversity. I’m thrilled to offer my support in any way I can.
I’m fully committed in choosing to work with individuals and businesses regardless of race, faith, colour, sex, gender, or sexual orientation. I hope to get the chance to collaborate with a range of other diverse creatives.
So, to all the campaigners let’s not just simply present this logo on our websites, but continue to be aware and to talk about the issue in our sites, and on all our social media platforms. Let’s turn our words into actions.
NIK A RAMLI SAYS:
No to racism, prejudice, bullying, and discrimination of any kind.
I will continue to voice the subject matter in the interior design business in my social media platforms.
So, designers let’s take the pledge and support one another.
Thank you ‘Design For Diversity' for the inspiration. Surely positive change is on its way!
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