LGBT history month is a time where we can look back at the struggles LGBT+ people have faced and at the struggles they still face today. This group still face great discrimination, and this can surface in the workplace too.
Anyone entering a new workplace is likely to feel nervous and unsure at first – and this feeling is increased enormously for those belonging to a minority group.
Equality and Diversity in the workplace may seem to some as an afterthought – today we explore why it’s important, and what adverse effects ignoring discrimination might have on your business. What is discrimination? Discrimination is defined as “the unjust or prejudicial
I am a female writing a blog on gender equality and even though I’m on a mission to empower women within their careers, I am keen to tackle the problem of ‘Toxic masculinity’. As a woman, all I ever see
“Over 1 billion people are estimated to live with some form of disability. This corresponds to about 15% of the world's population, with up to 190 million (3.8%) people aged 15 years and older having significant difficulties in functioning, often
Discussing disproportionality, diversity and inclusion themes within the Criminal Justice System - A case study Who are you? The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Wiltshire and Swindon. How did you hear about us? Due to the nature of our organisation,
Below is an open, honest and excellent case study and testimonial from an independent public sector organisation we have been working with recently to develop an in-house learning solution. This organisation has a clear commitment to equality, diversity and inclusive
Diversiti UK are delighted to announce a new member of the team – Alisha Kemp – who will be helping to spread the word about all the positive work we do for the community and businesses. Read her first blog