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Global Equality and Diversity Conference and Awards on Wednesday 25th November 2015. Experiencing Diversity in the Workplace Wednesday 25th November 2015, Level 32, 40 Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5NR Conference and Broadcast - conference website GED Awards open until 24th September - get recognition for your work. Awards website Baroness Oona King, Diversity Executive, Channel 4 brings her expertise to GED Conference Oona King is Diversity Executive at Channel 4, a member of Labour’s front bench in the House of Lords and was previously Senior Policy Advisor to the Prime Minister on Equalities and Diversity at 10 Downing Street (2007-09). Liz Bingham OBE, Partner, Ernst & Young Other recently confirmed speakers include: Neil Carberry, Director of Employment and Skills, CBI Fiona Washington, Diversity and Inclusion Manager, West Midlands Police Arun Batra, Chief Executive, National Equality Standard Dan Robertson, Diversity & Inclusion Director, Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion Conference and Award Partners National Equality Standard The Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion Noon Centre For Equality and Diversity in Business University of East London Holman Fenwick Willan LLP WeConnect International The Big IDEA  Over 120 businesses, councils, universities, health and police services already represented at this event - join them and be prepared for change. Arhag Housing Association * Bader International Study Centre * Blue Parakeet Coaching CIC * Cardiff Metropolitan University * C4 * Department for Transport * Avon and Somerset Constabulary * Department of Energy and Climate Change * Derbyshire Constabulary * Diversity and Inclusion at Work Group * Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council * Ernst & Young * Genpact * Holman Fenwick Willan * IBM * Kingston University * Legal Services Board * Life Beyond Motherhood * London Borough of Croydon * London School of Economics and Political Science * Maritime & Coastguard Agency * Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Germany * Newcastle University * NHS Leadership Academy * NHS England * NHS Employers * Nottingham Trent University * Open University * Queen Mary, University of London * Rother District Council * Samsung * South Wales Fire and Rescue Service * Scottish Prison Service * Security Industries Authority * Ulster University * University of Aberdeen * University of Manchester * University of Southampton * University of Greenwich * University of Technology, Dublin * University of Reading * University College London * University of Coimbra, Portugal * Warwick Business School * Wealden District Council Click here to book your delegate place GED AWARDS: Deadline for entries – Thursday 24 September We’d like to hear how your business and services are making a difference to individuals, employees and whole communities, opening up new and exciting opportunities in the workplace. The GED Awards are for transparency - using research - making impact - with a special award in the gift of Lord Noon recognising an individual leader’s outstanding achievement in advancing equality and diversity. To find out more about award categories and how to submit your GED AWARD entry, click here. Shortlisted awards will be notified in early October, with the Awards Ceremony taking place alongside the Global Equality and Diversity Conference: Experiencing Diversity in the Workplace at Level 32, 40 Bank Street, Canary Wharf, London on Wednesday 25 November. Why attend the conference and awards?
  • Hear the competitive advantage business caseon Equality and Diversity
  • See practical examples of successful programmes
  • Learn more about the direction for organisations and what this will look like in the future
  • Explore how equality and diversity can be a business process and contribute to its' success
  • Gain a better understanding of how ‘diversity’ is perceived researched and accounted for by organisations
  • Discuss the decisive steps that organisations are taking in order for them to prepare for new transparency legislation?
  • Discover how individuals experience diversity in the workplace
  • Explore and understand the challenges related to devising and implementing equality and diversity policy in organisations
  • Take advantage of excellent networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities.
  • Share you own stories and experiences with the conference and contribute to wider thinking about equality and diversity
Full agenda can be seen here Conference Website BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW GED exhibition - if you would like to promote your organisation at the GED conference please contact Karen Stewart at [email protected].

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