Olivia, the worlds largest lesbian travel company, has unveiled its Scholartrip Program for LBTQ university students.
Men’s clothing brand Jacamo has been criticised online for an ad claiming that “real men” don’t carry bags.
This is the first time the Executive Committee is majority female.
International law firm Ashurst has announced the launch of a new diversity initiative aimed at creating an inclusive working environment for LGBT people.
Room-sharing platform introduces new policies after complaints from users.
Construction News has launched a survey to investigate the industry’s attitudes towards LGBT+people – an area that there is a need for more research and support.
73% of lesbian and bi-sexual women are not completely out to colleagues in the workplace – the results of a startling new survey by the organisers of the RBS British LGBT Awards revealed today (Tuesday 13 July 2016).
A well-known figure in the boxing world and now in the transgender community, Kellie Maloney will be sharing her own stories on the challenges she has experienced whilst travelling and the negative reactions she has endured throughout her journey.
Stanford University Graduate School of Business in the USA have announced that they will be running a ‘Boot Camp’ for future gay business leaders.
A US study of Fortune 500 companies has suggested that those with women CEOs or those with more women acting in senior positions such as board members are significantly more likely to be welcoming of LGBTI people in the workplace.