• First of all: bravo for taking this important and necessary step towards prioritising inclusion and equity! If your organisation has not engaged with inclusion-focused training before, we encourage you to think about your specific goals, such as: 
    • Who is this training for? 
      • For example, if you are part of a large organisation and need to ensure everyone has the necessary foundational knowledge and language for equity and inclusion, our e-learning offering or our 2-hour introductory workshops might be a good fit. 
    • Another question to ask yourself is: What are some of the challenges you’re facing in building a truly inclusive organisation?
      • For example, if your leadership team wants to build their capacity for more effective and intentional inclusion practices, then we would recommend our Design for Inclusion programme to ensure they have the skills and tools to design inclusion and equity into their policy, products and processes. 

These are some questions we ask when we start our conversations, and each organisation has different answers, which ultimately lead to different solutions. To get the best possible training option for your organisation, we invite you to either complete this form if you’re seeking company-wide learning, or send us an email to arrange a time to hop on a call with our client relationships team to discuss further.

    • We love this question! To get a taste of what we do, we invite you to join one of our public introductory taster workshops. These are a fantastic way to experience our approach to this work. You also get to experience our expert facilitators in real time to see how we engage in powerful exploration. You can register for a UK or a US time zone workshop by clicking below.
  • US Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/fearless-futures-llc-21749213189
  • We get this question a lot, and the truth is: if deep, complex and nuanced work to challenge inequities could really be achieved in a few short hours, we would absolutely do it! 


  • Inequity persists because it has been designed to appear as normal and is in the very air we breathe, so developing the capacity to identify, analyse and diagnose the inequities that show up in our day to day within an organisational ecosystem requires time – and commitment. 


  • Design for Inclusion – or DFI – is rooted in the principle that to accelerate impactful change across an organisation – such that it optimises for inclusion –  we need to slow down in order to speed up.


  • Of course, we understand that time is not on everyone’s side, so if DFI isn’t for you, we are always open to have a conversation about other ways we can bring the desired impact you’re looking for in a more customised way.


  • If you are interested in DFI, but still on the fence about bringing this to your organisation or need buy-in from key stakeholders, we do offer this programme as a public course several times throughout the year for UK and US time zones. This gives you a chance to attend and see the programme in action in an economical way. Feel free to email us at hello@fearlessfutures.org for more information on when our next open DFI course will take place.
  • Our roster of facilitators are skilled experts in delivering our unique learning content in an engaging, exploratory and highly experiential manner.


  • They have a breadth of experience, have a deep commitment to anti-oppression work and profound intellectual skill and flexibility in analysing, exploring and taking action with respect to interconnected inequities that show up across society and in the workplace.


  • Our facilitators bring a wealth of expertise to Fearless Futures, including backgrounds in educating adults on toxic masculinity, to decolonial thinking and inclusive policy-making, to advocates and researchers working towards LGBTQIA+ justice. 

We typically require a 6 to 8 week lead time to schedule and deliver any of our programmes. It’s worth noting this doesn’t account for bespoke work, customisation or any contracting that will inevitably take place.

We offer both! We offer all our programmes virtually. However as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to shift, we are resuming offering in-person training for our longer, multi-day capacity building programmes such as Design for Inclusion (DFI) and Building Inclusive Cultures (BIC).

We do extend discounts for charities – However, as no two charities have the same budget range, discounts are dependent on your specific organisational budget, which programme you choose, as well as the number of cohorts. If you have a budget in mind, please let us know so we can see what we can do to offer the best possible solution for you. We want to work with organisations committed to this work. Don’t hesitate to email us at hello@fearlessfutures.org.

To protect the confidentiality of our participants we do not record or offer recordings of our workshops. However, we do offer slide decks and post learning resources for participants who attend. Lastly, we’re big believers in note-taking (if note-taking is available to you, studies also show you’re able to retain information better when writing things down) so get your note-taking device of choice ready when you join us!

  • Yes! You will receive the slide deck before the programme starts which you can keep to refer back to afterwards. We do request that you honour our IP by not using these slides to create your own learning experiences for others.  


  • For all of our programmes, we also share a robust list complete with reading, watching, and listening resources to help you continue your learning beyond Fearless Futures.

We’re very excited to share that we are launching our first e-learning opportunity in September 2022! This is a great cost-effective option for organisations who seek to provide learning for their entire organisation that is a robust foundation. It is also a brilliant initial step before digging into daring and deeper learning for targeted populations within their organisation.

Our e-learning covers three areas: how systemic and everyday inequities are maintained and the consequences of that, what intersectionality is and its power and uses in workplace settings, along with the differences between equity and equality, and what equitable approaches means in practice, how it disrupts inequity and any potential pitfalls to look out for. For more information about our e-learning please go to this page.