Acceptance Category

September 20, 2019

UK Sport and Sport England told to continue push for boardroom equality

Women now account for 40 per cent of top executives at sporting bodies after a dramatic drive to redress the…

September 20, 2019

Bullying: A quarter of all LGBT people have been targeted at work

Almost a quarter of LGBT+ people around the world have experienced bullying in the workplace, a new inclusion study has…

September 20, 2019

How Diverse Are Your Friends?

How can we calculate access to diversity? Here’s one way. Chief Operating Officer’s insight: Diversity – Inclusion – Equality – Acceptance Diversity Report

September 20, 2019

4 tips to help your company encourage more diversity and inclusion

There are many ways you can encourage more diversity and inclusion in your organisation as we head into the future…

September 18, 2019

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Empowering Women & Marginalized Entrepreneurs | Real Leaders

Protected: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion: Empowering Women & Marginalized Entrepreneurs This content is password protected. To view it please enter…

September 18, 2019

Singapore Among World’s Worst in Workplace Diversity

While Singapore might be the world’s most competitive economy, its workplaces have a long way to go, ranking close to…

September 18, 2019

While boycotting Chicago Architecture Biennial, ArchiteXX debuts Windy City run of “Now What?!” exhibition | News

Now What?! Advocacy, Activism & Alliances in American Architecture since 1968, an exhibition created by gender equity-focused activist group ArchiteXX…

September 18, 2019

Awards 2019 shortlist: Diversity and Inclusion (Private Sector) Award

The 2019 Personnel Today Awards take place on the 19 November. In a series of articles profiling all our finalists,…

September 18, 2019

USA TODAY Network president accepts award for diversity leadership

OPINION We stand for diversity and inclusion in media: USA TODAY publisher USA TODAY Published 11:57 AM EDT Sep 17,…

September 17, 2019

Richard Stallman resigns from MIT after comments about Epstein’s victims

Free software advocate scientist Richard Stallman has resigned from his position at MIT’s CSAIL following his comments about Jeffrey Epstein’s…