National Diversity Awards Blog
Redefining Diversity – ‘Without Labels’
I wrote this article to try and collect some of my thoughts concerning Diversity and Inclusion. I work with many

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With Women at the Forefront, the Unions are Relevant Again
The wage freeze we are living through is the longest since Victorian times. The public sector pay cap means that

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Disability Discrimination: Your Legal Rights
What qualifies as disability? And what legal protection do people who experience discrimination at work have under the Equality Act?

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Halfon launches Apprenticeship Diversity Champions Network
Apprenticeship Diversity Champions Network of employers aims to boost take-up among people with disabilities and from ethnic minorities The Department

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UK Music Diversity Chief: Brits Have Improved in Recognising Black Artists
The increase in diverse nominees at the Brit Awards is cause for cautious optimism, the chair of a music diversity

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Tackling The Lack Of Diversity In Children’s Books
I believe characters in stories should be as diverse as the people who read them, but only a very small

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How St Paul’s Girls’ School is Embracing Gender Fluidity
A well-known London girls’ school has introduced new measures that allow pupils to define their own gender identity. St Paul’s

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Call to End Workplace Disability Discrimination by Employers
Too many people with disabilities are being prevented from working because employers are unwilling to make reasonable adjustments, a charity

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Who is the Best of British Diversity?
‘Did we know that we were standing on the threshold of a very different and much darker new world?’ said

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Putting Disability In The Spotlight At London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week is always an exciting time because of the way it pushes boundaries, giving us a glimpse of

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Closing gender pay gap may take a generation says PwC
Women in the UK may have to wait another generation before finally seeing the gender pay gap close, boosting female

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‘Has being disabled affected your career?’ Guardian Taking Submissions
“Have you struggled to find or secure work because of your disability? Does your employer offer the support you need?

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Glasgow Women’s Library to Perform Stage Show for International Women’s Day
‘No One Can Harm Me Unpunished. I Am A Woman’ will be taking place twice next month in accordance with the

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NDA Sponsor Microsoft Seeking to Recruit Autistic Workers
Microsoft says it wants to hire more people with autism in full-time roles. The tech giant is to start by

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2015 NDA Winner Funke Abimbola Placed on Debrett’s 500 List
After winning the National Diversity Award for gender in 2015, Funke Abimbola has continued to prove herself to be a

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Autistic & Proud
Despite my autism and my chronic bowel condition I managed to achieve ISTD grades in Dance and Drama with Modern

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Top award from PM for Black Cultural Archives patron Brawn
Top award from PM for Black Cultural Archives patron Brawn Miranda Brawn, patron of Brixton’s Black Cultural Archives, has won

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MI 6 chief on why gender diversity is a matter of national urgency
MI 6 Chief Sir Alex Younger believes Britain’s got tech talent, and attracting the best and brightest means levelling the

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Asda, Co-op the only retailers listed on top LGBT-inclusive list
Asda and The Co-op are the only retailers to have been listed in Stonewall’s list of top 100 LGBT-inclusive employers.

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Open University & Debenhams bring the ultimate VIP career styling experience
The Open University & Debenhams have joined together to give away exclusive career styling makeovers to eight lucky candidates. The

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