The project aim is to engage in dialogue about systemic, implicit, and explicit racism with stakeholders (community members) in various sectors of employment in order to illuminate a) migrant and ethnic minority women’s lived experiences of racism within Irish employment, b) patterns and sources of implicit or explicit bias in the employment ecosystem, c) concerns of Irish employers regarding recruiting women from migrant and ethnic minority backgrounds. The project will collaborate with said stakeholders to create and begin to implement potential pathways to reduce racism and bias in different sectors of the workforce and to encourage local Irish employers (particularly in areas of very high and very low migrant and ethnic minority populations) to join AkiDwA’s ongoing Capacity Building Training Programme as work placement or mentorship sites (thereby giving migrant women the chance to apply their skills to their communities.