Headline Sponsor | Sponsor of the 2018 Lifetime Achiever Award
“At Johnson & Johnson, we are committed to the values of diversity and inclusion that encourage all employees to use their unique experiences and ideas to create a better, healthier world.
We proudly join the National Diversity Awards as a Platinum and Lifetime Achiever Award sponsor. The Awards celebrate “unity” in society and a new generation of role models, and that diversity is about everyone’s unique perspective – all backgrounds, beliefs and range of human experiences – coming together. Through inclusion we create a deep sense of belonging, where people are valued, ideas are heard, and everyone can perform at their best.
Johnson & Johnson believes that a strong diversity & inclusion strategy allows us to benefit from the opportunities presented by a diverse world. We are committed to excelling in this area because we know that to succeed, grow and innovate, we need our employee population to reflect the diversity of the world we serve.”
Sponsor of the Positive Role Model Award for Gender
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Sponsor of the Diverse Company Award
“MI5 are delighted to once again be Gold Sponsors of the National Diversity Awards. MI5’s mission is to help keep the country safe, and it’s vital that we represent the diverse society we seek to protect. We are at our strongest when we have the richest mix of the best talent, working together in an environment that allows people to thrive. Put simply, our diverse workforce is crucial to our operational successes. We are pleased to be able to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to inclusion through our continued support for these Awards. They are an important way of recognising and celebrating the good work being done across the country to promote inclusivity, diversity and to provide opportunity for all.”
Sponsor of the Positive Role Model Award for Race, Religion & Faith
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Sponsor of the Positive Role Model Award for LGBT
The Open University offers flexible part-time study, supported distance and open learning for undergraduate and postgraduate courses and qualifications.
Sponsor of the Community Organisation Award for Race, Religion & Faith
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2018 MEDIA SPONSORS
The Voice Newspaper was founded in 1982 by Jamaican-born accountant, Val McCalla, who was awarded a grant from the Greater London Council to fund his business venture. The Voice newspaper campaigned for young Black Britons who faced discrimination.
Highlights and promotes lifestyle issues important to disabled people in the UK.
The Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers is a definitive list of UK based organisations that promote inclusion across all protected characteristics, throughout each level of employment within their organisation.