What is Decolonisation?

In this week's podcast Leyla asks what is decolonisation? Exploring definitions and why we all need to care to achieve equity in the workplace and beyond. Continue Reading What is Decolonisation?

Welcome to the 240th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. Welcome to April. I hope you had a good Easter and Bank Holiday weekend. This month’s podcast series is all about decolonisation, beginning by exploring its meaning and significance in today’s world.

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In today’s show on What is Decolonisation?

  • Why am I talking about this topic today. [1:15]
  • Understanding colonisation: An overview [02:05]
  • Decolonisation explained [03:08]
  • Exploring various definitions of decolonisation [04:28]
  • The importance of decolonisation: Why it matters today. [06:50]

Quotes on What is Decolonisation?

  • Decolonisation offers a framework for those wanting to critique positions of power in the dominant culture.
  • Colonialism is a historical and ongoing project.
  • Decolonisation is about reversing the negative impact of colonialism.
  • Decolonisation is about digging into the systems, the damage and making it right.
  • The equivalent of $1 trillion was drained out of India by the British.

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