Public Sector

Metropolitan announces first-ever Chief Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Officer

As chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer, Thomas has big responsibilities in her new role at Metropolitan

MPs and Peers report the state of diversity and inclusion in STEM workforce

The UK’s economic recovery provides an opportunity to address structural issues in the STEM workforce

How data is the prescription for better healthcare

Could a healthy dose of data provide an holistic understanding of people’s wellbeing?

Education is the key to compassionate Intersectional LGBTQ+ inclusion

Shaun Dellenty’s approach to cultural and organisational change for inclusion inspires educators, young people and businesses

New breakfast club aims to tackle institutional racism in schools

Breakfast Clubs Against Racism launches crowdfunding appeal to help tackle the inequalities BAME communities face in schools

Coventry Uni re-appoints Dr Margaret Casely-Hayford CBE as Chancellor

Dr Margaret Casely-Hayford: a champion of the representation of young people, women and ethnic minority groups on various boards

Launch of UK’s first Islamic Finance undergraduate degree

Birmingham City University’s new degree allows undergraduates to explore the world of Islamic finance and corporate social responsibility

General Election 2019: rival parties set out plans to tackle gender pay gap

Labour pledges to accelerate measures to close the gender pay gap by 2030, while Lib Dems sets sights on ‘pink tax’.

Good workplace data promotes better HR decisions

In this second interview about his work at the GLA, Human Resources Reward and Operations Patrick Alleyne discusses the importance of having robust workplace data for supporting equality.

Cambridge University sees marked increase in black students

University attributes the incredible rise to the “Stormzy Effect”, but there is still a long way to go.