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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at the UK Atomic Energy Authority
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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at the UK Atomic Energy Authority

The UK Atomic Energy Authority runs the United Kingdom’s national nuclear fusion energy research programme. Fusion is the process that powers the Sun, and it can play a big part in our carbon-free energy future by giving the world a safer form of nuclear power...

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Interview with Green Park’s Christian Bathews
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Interview with Green Park’s Christian Bathews

Christian is exactly the sort of person you want advising you on digital and technical matters. Having tackled everything from massive tech mergers to high volume campaigns, he has extensive experience of national and international recruitment gained in the UK and the US. Now part..

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An Interview with Shereen Morgan, Diversity & Inclusion Manager at Centrica
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An Interview with Shereen Morgan, Diversity & Inclusion Manager at Centrica

Centrica operations span across many territories. To meet and exceed the needs of our customers, in a market that is continuously evolving, it is crucial our workforce is reflective of the society in which we live and operate. It is also critical that as an..

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MI6 Speaks to The Diversity Dashboard
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MI6 Speaks to The Diversity Dashboard

For the past 5 years, MI6 has been ranked as one of the best places to work for BAME people, I took the opportunity to speak to the head of MI6, Alex Younger to ask why. DD: Tell us about yourself, what is your role..

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Diversity in Engineering
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Diversity in Engineering

There are 5.4 million engineers employed in the UK across 576, 440 organisations, generating £455.6 billion GDP for the UK. However, there is an engineering skills crisis and engineering companies are projected to need 182,000 people with engineering skills each year to 2022. What is..

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Interview with Equality and Inclusion Champion, Lord Herman Ouseley
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Interview with Equality and Inclusion Champion, Lord Herman Ouseley

Over forty year’s, Herman’s continued success in not only highlighting racial inequality, but challenging it too, has seen him go from a figure within the framework of British Politics, to a champion of the Black-British community. However, it is a title he feels has been..

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Diversity: it’s time to change the tune
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Diversity: it’s time to change the tune

Hardly any enterprise today would publicly dispute the claim that diversity in its leadership is likely to raise performance, and with it, turnover and profits. It almost goes without saying that difficult questions will be asked about firms with all-male or all-white boards; it has..

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Five minutes with Rob Neil OBE – A Journey in Authenticity
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Five minutes with Rob Neil OBE – A Journey in Authenticity

Tell us about your current role and what it involves I lead Project Race at the Ministry of Justice [MoJ] a corporate initiative sponsored by the Permanent Secretary – Richard Heaton, who is also the Civil Service Race Champion. Team Project Race supports the delivery..

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Davenport University – A beacon of diversity & equality in International HE
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Davenport University – A beacon of diversity & equality in International HE

How important is diversity to Davenport, and what value does it bring? For us, DEI is not a fad, but a transformative framework for the way we provide education as we equip and support faculty, staff and students to create and sustain inclusive excellence at..

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Powering Up Networks in the Civil Service
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Powering Up Networks in the Civil Service

In October 2017, Sir Jeremy Heywod (Head of the Civil Service) launched the Civil Service’s Diversity and Inclusion strategy – its most ambitious to date which announced its ambition to be the UK’s most inclusive employer. Cherron Inko-Tariah MBE (The Power of Staff Networks) met..

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Diversity Digest Interviews, Inspector Marvin Bruno of  British Transport Police
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Diversity Digest Interviews, Inspector Marvin Bruno of British Transport Police

Tell us a bit about yourself I am originally from the island of Dominica in the Caribbean, where I was a Police Officer for seven years before moving to London to start my new life as a Police Constable working for the London Borough of..

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Diversity, equality and inclusion at HM Land Registry – An interview with Head of Diversity Julie Dennis
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Diversity, equality and inclusion at HM Land Registry – An interview with Head of Diversity Julie Dennis

The Land Register the ownership of property in England and Wales. What that means is that we safeguard land and property ownership worth more than £4 trillion! And that includes £1 trillion of mortgages. The Land Register itself contains more than 24 million titles which..

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Man of Fife aims to cap an active career
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Man of Fife aims to cap an active career

Satnam, when we first met, you were Prospect branch chair at Rosyth dockyard in Fife. More than ten years on, you’re still a senior rep on the branch executive and a member of the union’s national executive committee, but this year became vice-president of the..

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Diversity Dashboard talks Diversity with  Cheshire Constabulary
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Diversity Dashboard talks Diversity with Cheshire Constabulary

It’s really great that Cheshire Police is supported Black History Month this year by becoming a Black History Month Diversity Champion for 2016. How important is diversity at Cheshire Police? It is so important that one of the six priorities within Cheshire’s people strategy addresses..

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