National Diversity Awards Blog
Black, female and proud: lawyer is praised by Theresa May
A black female campaigner for equality in the legal industry has been praised by Theresa May. As the most senior

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Charlies Angels Trust
Shortlisted Nominee for the National Diversity Awards 2016 Community Organisation Award for Multi-Strand We were amazed to receive the email from The

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‘A Little More Inclusive And A Little Less S Club’ – The Importance Of LGBT Safe Spaces
Source: The Huffington Post We all share spaces with one another, whether a pavement, a coffee shop or an escalator

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Reducing gender pay gap would add ‘£150bn to UK economy by 2025’
Source: cipd.co.uk The gender pay gap – which currently stands at 19.2 per cent – will be “with us for

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Issues of Prejudice Still Within Communities
Written By Aryana Vashisht Shortlisted Nominee for the National Diversity Awards 2016 Positive Role Model Award for Gender Growing up as

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Challengers – Inclusion
Written By Laura Sercombe | Challengers Shortlisted Nominee for the National Diversity Awards 2016 Community Organisation Award for Age My name is Laura Sercombe

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Mary Seacole Memorial Statue Appeal
Written By Trevor Sterling Shortlisted Nominee for the National Diversity Awards 2016 Positive Role Model Award for Race, Religion & Faith A

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Together we can make a difference!
Written By Sahdaish Pall Shortlisted Nominee for the National Diversity Awards 2016 Positive Role Model Award for Gender When I watched

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Inspired Youth
My name is Kev Curran, Director and Co-founder of Inspired Youth, a non profit enterprise that embraces creativity, media and

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Qaisra Shahraz
Winner  2016 Lifetime Achiever Award Qaisra has offered outstanding services to Literature, education, women’s rights & interfaith relationships spanning 30 years.

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Channel 4
Winner  2016 Diverse Company Award Channel 4 has set out a major commitment to leadership in diversity at every level

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Annie Wallace
Winner  2016 Celebrity of the Year Award Annie Wallace currently plays school headmistress Sally St. Claire on Channel 4’s Hollyoaks. She

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Victory Hants
Winner  2016 Community Organisation Award for Multi-Strand Victory Hants is a ‘Diverse, Active Community Involvement Organisation’ based in Fratton, Portsmouth, offering sporting

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Black Cultural Archives
Winner  2016 Community Organisation Award for Race, Religion & Faith Opening its landmark building in Brixton over 30 years since its inception,

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Mermaids
Winner  2016 Community Organisation Award for LGBT Mermaids supports children and young people up to 19 years old suffering from gender identity

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Women4Africa
Winner  2016 Community Organisation Award for Gender Women4Africa is a community focused organisation set up to celebrate ordinary African women doing extraordinary

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Glasgow Disability Alliance
Winner  2016 Community Organisation Award for Disability Glasgow Disability Alliance (GDA) was set up in the late 1990s by a small group

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AIM Academy
Winner  2016 Community Organisation Award for Age Using music to amplify the voice and concerns of young people in Handsworth, this

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Neomi Bennett
Winner  2016 Entrepreneur of Excellence Award Neomi is a Registered Nurse and in her own time has created a life saving

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Keesha Edwards
Winner  2016 Positive Role Model Award for Race, Religion & Faith Southampton based Radio Presenter and Entrepreneur Keesha Edwards has become

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Moira Smyth
Winner  2016 Positive Role Model Award for LGBT The driving force behind the evolution of the LGBT+ network at Hampshire County

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Dr. Sylvia Forchap-Likambi
Winner  2016 Positive Role Model Award for Gender Dr Sylvia Forchap-Likambi is the visionary founder and CEO of Award-Winning nonprofit CIC

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