Joanne Lockwood is the founder and CEO of SEE Change Happen, an Equality Diversity & Inclusion Practice specialising in providing Transgender Awareness and support to organisations and businesses. Her mantra is Smile, Engage and Educate and she passionately believes that “people are people” and, no matter who they are, deserve to Continue Reading
A wide-ranging new survey reveals that 42% of LGBT+ graduates are out by the time they get into employment, 54% of LGBT+ graduates think inclusivity programmes in the workplace are important and LGBT+ students are 60% more likely to hear discriminatory remarks than non-LGBT+ students Over two-fifths of LGBT+ graduates are out by Continue Reading
Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities, Dawn Butler MP, has announced that Linda Riley and Anthony Watson will help her look at the continuing challenges facing the global LGBT+ community. Dawn Butler MP made the announcement at an LGBT+ History Month reception in the Houses of Parliament today (Monday Continue Reading
“I’m really looking forward to working with Dawn to bring about genuine, positive change” It was announced this evening at the eight annual European Diversity Awards that the event founder and publisher of OutNews Global and DIVA magazine, Linda Riley, is to take on an exciting new role as lead on Continue Reading
BBC newsreader and DIVA columnist Jane Hill hosted the star-studded event. The winners of the inaugural Viacom Diversity In Media Awards have been revealed. Held at London’s Hilton Waldorf Hotel and hosted by BBC roadcaster Jane Hill, DiMA saw everyone from Myleene Klass and Mollie King to Susanna Reid and Beverley Knight come together to celebrate diversity Continue Reading
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We are delighted to announce that OutNews Global are sponsoring the prestigious Diversity In Media Awards.
Companies honoured for unwavering commitment to LGBT business inclusion.
This quirky music video shares a message about diversity and inclusion.
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