Posts Tagged: inclusion

0

Together we can make a difference!

Written By Sahdaish Pall When I watched India’s Daughter, a film about the gang-rape of Jyoti Singh, a 23 year old student from Delhi, it was shocki...
0

Challengers – Inclusion

My name is Laura Sercombe and I have the pleasure and honour of being the CEO of Challengers, an amazing charity that is championing inclusion for dis...
0

Unlawful adverts jeopardise job opportunities says Commission

Thousands of people could be at risk of being denied jobs and services each year due to unlawful, discriminatory adverts, the Equality and Human Right...
0

A father’s fight for hope

  In Moss Side, Fathers Against Violence is helping to end the cycle of absent fathers and give new direction to young people at risk of getting ...
0

Mitie joins forces with Stonewall to promote LGBT inclusion

Written By: Sarah O’Beirne   18/2/16 Mitie has formed a partnership with Stonewall, the LGBT diversity and inclusion charity, and is now a mem...
0

Theresa May Hails Most Diverse Ever Parliament

Written by George Ruddock  23/01/2016 Home Secretary says she wants to see politics opened up to people from different backgrounds Home Secretary The...
0

‘publishers must go further to reach diverse groups’

Written By: Natasha Onwuemezi  3/12/15 Despite winning the £50,000 Man Booker Prize last month and being cast into the international limelight, aut...
0

Celebrate global goodwill and different cultures at an event in Weymouth

Written By: Alex Peace  1/12/15 Families from across Weymouth and Portland are being invited to join the mayor and celebrate global goodwill and the ...
0

Inclusion is the key to true equality in tech firms

Written By: Rachael Martin  17/11/15 Having a 50% female workforce is only half the battle when it comes to achieving equality in the workplace, te...
0

Going Beyond Gay Marriage

Written By: Susan Milligan 9/11/15 The nation’s leading LGBT advocacy organization takes the fight to the workplace and beyond. In 1980, when t...