National Diversity Awards Blog
Potters Bar solicitor could win diversity award
Priya Sejpal, a solicitor from Potters Bar, may win one of the National Diversity Awards. Sejpal has been nominated in

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Chester Pride in running for National Diversity Award
Chester Pride events provide an opportunity for parents and care givers to begin early conversations with children about diversity. The

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Britain slips down rankings in LGBT+ rights, Rainbow Index reveals
An newly released index has revealed a troubling lack of progress in LGBT+ equality in Europe. The 2018 Rainbow Europe

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2017 NDA winner Joshua Beckford listed on the 30 most remarkable people in the world with Autism who have impacted
Joshua Beckford won the positive Role Model of the year award for age at the National Diversity Awards 2017. He

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Chester Pride to host two events this month as it is nominated for national diversity award
CHESTER Pride will be holding two events this May and have been nominated for the Community Organisation Award at the

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Government under pressure to reform vital transgender laws
LGBT groups have called on the new minister for women and equalities to set a date for when key gender

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Labour to address lack of diversity in British film with new tax relief rules
Labour has drawn up plans that would force film production companies to ensure gender equality and diversity on set, following

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Meet Our New Judges
We’re absolutely thrilled to welcome Ruth Carter (The Telegraph), Miranda Brawn (The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation), Cathy Earle (Nielsen)

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Inspirational Student Up For National Diversity Award
Cameron Osbourne is a Sixth Form student at Harrogate Grammar School, he has Celebral Palsy (left sided hemiplegia) but he

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Army officers told promotion will depend on ‘inclusiveness’
Army officers could be passed over for promotion if they have not done enough to improve “inclusiveness and diversity” in

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Access to work: Funding increase for disabled workers
The maximum amount disabled people can claim to help them access employment is set to increase to £57,000 a year.

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Embracing The UK’s Premier National Diversity Awards
The National Diversity Awards has so far received 10,000 nominations and counting. THE UK’S largest diversity awards have been inundated

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2018: Already a Stand-out Year for Gender Equality in the UK
The year 2018 is becoming a stand-out year for gender equality here in the UK. First, our country is celebrating

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Hopwood Hall College smallest gender pay gap
Hopwood Hall College has one of the smallest gender pay gaps in the Further Education sector. The College reported a

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‘People with ADHD can be incredibly valuable at work’
Lack of awareness of the behavioural disorder has meant many people found it difficult to hold down jobs. But proper

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We know about the gender pay gap. But what about the disability pay gap?
Disabled people are made to feel grateful for having a job at all. It is time we were brought into

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British Army officers to be measured on ‘inclusiveness and diversity’ in their units
British Army officers are to be measured on their efforts to promote “inclusiveness and diversity” in their units under new

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Richard Shakespeare Nominated for the UK’s Largest Diversity Awards
Richard Shakespeare, Managing Director of Workplace Diversity Solutions based in Coalville, has been nominated for a Positive Role Model award

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Lloyds Bank wants to encourage more open conversations about mental health in the campaign that won Channel 4’s Diversity in
  The ads by Adam & Eve/DDB feature celebrities including Professor Green and Jeremy Paxman, as well as members of

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Apple submits plans for disability emojis including wheelchair users and bionic limbs
Apple is looking to introduce several new emojis representing different disabilities. The tech firm has submitted proposals for 13 emojis depicting

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ITV reveals harrowing rooftop sculptures to raise awareness about male suicide
ITV has unveiled a chilling installation of rooftop sculptures intended to raise awareness around male suicide. The life sized statues

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BBC’s portrayal of diversity to come under scrutiny
Broadcasting regulator Ofcom is to investigate how well the BBC represents the diversity of the UK. The regulator said this

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