National Diversity Awards Winners Interview – ADHD Foundation

The ADHD Foundation is the largest ‘user led’ ADHD agency in Europe and is credited with influencing policy and provision in the UK for those living with ADHD and co existing conditions. The Foundation’s work in promoting scientific evidence, UK and European impact reports and tireless campaigning, have helped to change attitudes and reduce stigma, improving life chances for those … Read More

‘I’m so proud to live in London’

Meghan Markle hails her new home city’s diversity in a heartfelt speech at Grenfell charity event. Meghan has hailed London’s diversity as she launches her charity cookbook supporting families affected by the devastating Grenfell Tower fire. The Duchess of Sussex, 37, said she was ‘so proud’ to live in the British capital as she delivered a three-minute speech without any … Read More

South Shields Charity Champ Narrowly Misses Out On Top National Award

A South Tyneside charity champ has narrowly missed out on receiving a lifetime achievement accolade at a glittering awards ceremony. 
Founder of the Great North Dog Walk, Tony Carlisle was named as runner-up in the category at the National Diversity Awards held in Liverpool. The event, held in The Anglican Cathedral, was attended by a number of celebrities – including … Read More

Liverpool based ADHD Foundation celebrates double award success

ADHD Foundation is celebrating double awards success after winning the Community Organisation Award for Disability at the National Diversity Awards and being nominated as Charity of the Year at the European Diversity Awards. The foundation has been recognised for its ground-breaking work supporting children, young people and their families living with ADHD. Dr Tony Lloyd, chief executive of ADHD Foundation, collected the UK Diversity Award at a ceremony … Read More

‘What A Night -The National Diversity Awards.’

What A Night -The National Diversity Awards. September 17, 2018 – Sophe Ward What can I say, I was looking forward to the Diversity awards beforehand but it out did all my expectations ten fold. It was truly what dreams are made of and an incredible night. It was an honour to be shortlisted, especially out of so many nominees but … Read More

Tottington-based campaign group Fightback4Justice shortlisted for National Diversity Award

Whittington-based campaign group Fightback4Justice shortlisted for a  National Diversity Award. Fightback4Justice, which is based in Bury Road, will go up against groups from across the country after being shortlisted for the community organisation award for disability. The non-profit organisation, which supports disabled people with applications and appeals for a range of welfare benefits and also campaigns for change, received about … Read More

River Island hires child models with disabilities for their new campaign

Fashion is finally embracing diversity. Or at least, heading towards it. Diversity campaigns often feature adults of different shapes and sizes but rarely is it extended to child models. When it comes to children’s clothing, we don’t always see a different mix of people advertising the items. Even when retailers do employ underrepresented groups, they’re usually able-bodied. River Island has … Read More

Liverpool announced as host city for the Gay Times Honours 2018

“We are proud to announce that the Gay Times Honours 2018 will take place in Liverpool this autumn.” The annual awards ceremony, which will recognise individuals and organisations that have had a profound impact on the lives of LGBTQ people, will take place on 8 November at the Walker Art Gallery. Famous faces and high profile figures from the LGBTQ … Read More