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The governor of the Bank of England has pledged to do more to tackle systemic racial inequality after a hard-hitting review found the 327-year-old institution was failing to do enough to promote diversity. Continue reading...

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Discrimination at work: ‘I was shocked when the interviewer ghosted me’

Disabled jobseekers face hard choices about how open to be with potential employers. Continue reading... 
Tokyo Olympics: Female athletes face double standards over uniforms

Female athletes are being scrutinised for their choice of sportswear. We look at why athletic uniform regulations for women are so harsh. Continue reading...
Brands Must Step Up at the Olympics as Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity Advocates

The Games have presented adversity for athletes, and marketers should be looking to weigh in with support. Continue reading...
Can a maternity allowance error amount to sex discrimination?

In light of a recent Court of Appeal ruling, Guy Guinan examines whether a mistake in interpreting regulations is a sufficient reason for a discrimination claim. Continue reading... 
Student scoops award for helping aspiring young medics from low income backgrounds

A University of Birmingham student has won an award in memory of Princess Diana for her work to help young aspiring students from low income backgrounds to apply for degrees in medicine. Continue reading... 
Estate agency issues statement over racist football tweet

High end agency Savills is conducting “a full investigation” into a racist tweet posted overnight. “Savills is committed to eliminating discrimination and encouraging diversity amongst our workforce.” Continue reading... 
New Blog
Last week we spoke to Simma Lieberman about her business within the EDI sector.

Internationally known as “The Inclusionist,” Simma creates inclusive workplaces where employees love to do their best work, and customers love to do business.

Simma took time to discuss herself, her role, her journey and her views on EDI. Click here to read Simma’s full interview.  
New Podcast 
Tune into our latest podcast episode with guest Fiona Hathorn - CEO of Women on Boards (WOB), an organisation committed to accelerating women into non-executive director roles. In this episode, Fiona discusses her decision to launch WOB UK, the leadership and company culture issues that hinder diversity in the boardroom and why data is so important in achieving greater diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Click here to listen or search 'The Equal Group' on Spotify or YouTube for more episodes. 
New Website is LIVE! 
We have just launched our brand new website! Why not check out our refreshed look and improved layout, along with tons more information on our services!

You can now read through client testimonials, download useful free resources and get to know our rapidly growing team in our brand new team member section! Click here to check it out
Culture Pioneer Awards 2021
Our CEO - Mac Alonge, is proud to be a judge for the Inclusion category of this year’s Culture Pioneers Awards, which is now open for entries! They are looking for people leaders/teams who are nurturing meaningful, sustainable inclusion and belonging. Does this sound like you or someone you know? Click here to enter

Award entries have been extended to the 16th August!
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