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Why Multicultural Communities Are What Makes London (and Britain) Great – and Why We Must Protect Them

Written By: Jermain Jackman   27/1/16 Whilst competing on The Voice, Tom Jones gave me the nickname ‘The Singing Politician’, which is d...
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Equality report warns some sections of society are being left behind

Scotland has become a fairer place to live in many respects but women, young people and the disabled risk being left behind, according to a report. Th...
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Scotland’s inequality gap still a major issue as new study reveals women are less likely to hold top jobs

Written By: John Ferguson  21/1/16 Inequality is still a problem in Scotland and more must be done to tackle the issue, a study has revealed. A repor...
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Women in tech: Why esports are a win for diversity

Written By: Sharon Florentine 16/12/15 Miriam Aguirre has been a gamer since the days of Atari. Today, as director of engineering at a mobile gaming ...
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Eight years out, preparations for a third UK city to be European Capital of Culture are already underway

Written By: Kenn Taylor  15/12/15 In 2023, a UK city will hold the title of European Capital of Culture. This may seem a long way off – so long, in...
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Survey reveals that only 16% of UK rail industry employees are women

Written By: Helen McArdle   19/11/15 Fewer than two in every 10 rail industry employees are female, according to a comprehensive new survey into gen...
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Why Are Diversity And Equality So Hard To Achieve?

Written By: Jenna Cho 9/11/15 National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) published its study on women in Biglaw and results were disappointing. Perc...
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6 ways employers are raising the bar on gender equality

2015 Employer of Choice for Gender Equality (EOCGE) citation holders are raising the bar when it comes to creating gender equal workplaces. Here are a...
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A third of disabled people feel they are treated differently, figures reveal

When the Disability Discrimination Act was introduced 20 years ago, it was the moment those living with disabilities challenged power and prejudice an...
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The hijab is not a problem. Racists are