5th Annual Global Equality & Diversity Conference & Awards

Driving up Equality – Building Inclusion

Thursday 22nd November 2018

Crowne Plaza London Docklands

Royal Victoria Dock, Western Gateway, London, E16 1AL
Event Partners

Global Equality & Diversity Supporting Organisations

University of East London
Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business
Neil Stewart Associates
The Equality and Diversity Hub
Keynote Speakers at GED 2017

This is just an example of some of the presentations delivered at GED 2017

Rt Hon Maria Miller MP

Chair of Women & Equalities Select Committee

Trevor Phillips OBE

President, John Lewis Partnership Council

Global Equality & Diversity is now Live for 2018

Book now and join the conversation using #gedconf

GED has grown from a new kind of conference and awards, creating a filmed and podcast programme and box set of the best current thinking on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

We are staying live all year round with our live blog, website and video catalogue.

A resource to the many professionals who need to keep their organisations up to date with the evolving landscape of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

The Global Equality and Diversity Conference 2018 will be held on Thursday 22nd November 2018 at The Crowne Plaza Docklands, London, providing an annual milestone in the changing landscape of equality and diversity work.

Book now for the 2018 GED Conference and Awards and get immediate access to all the online training and briefing material and the blogs on the Equality & Diversity Hub.

Throughout the year you can:

  • Access the online videos for training, induction and management challenges – and some are very challenging
  • Follow the development of the 2018 agenda to see what topics are emerging as imperatives for HR, personnel, diversity and inclusion managers
  • Follow the impact of greater data transparency and publishing  on public and private sector organisations, their people and their services
  • See how strategies to meet these insights are evolving
  • Comment on the solutions being adopted
  • Hear from leading specialists at out GED studio days throughout the year
  • Get email notice of new developments

Book Now for 2018  – and get free a subscription to the video catalogue and notifications of specialist articles.

GED 2017 was attended by a wide range of organisations

Organisations who attended the 2017 Global Equality & Diversity Conference 2017 included:

AIG | BAE Systems plc | Barts Health NHS Trust | Bedfordshire Police | Bournemouth University | BPP University | Bright Network | British Gas | Capita HR Solutions | Carnival UK Group | Central England Co-operative | Changing Faces | Civil Aviation Authority | Corby Borough Council | Crisis | De La Rue | Diversity and Ability | Diversity by Design | Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion | Equality and Human Rights Commission | Financial Ombudsman Service | Gapsquare | Health Education England | Holman Fenwick Willan LLP | John Lewis Partnership | Katalytik Ltd | Kingston University | Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust | London Borough of Barking and Dagenham | London Fire Brigade | Manchester Metropolitan University | Marshall E-Learning Consultancy | Medway NHS Foundation Trust | Middlesex University | More Difference | MSL | National Equality Standard | National Museums Liverpool | Noon Centre for Equality and Diversity in Business | Northern Trust | Nottingham Trent University | Penrose Care Ltd | Professional Diversity Consultants | Queen Mary University of London | Dalhousie University, Canada | Seetec | Sightsavers | Specsavers | Springboard Consultancy | Suffolk Constabulary | The Chartered Management Institute | The Electoral Commission | The Fawcett Society | TLT LLP | University of Bristol Students’ Union | University of East London | University of Leeds | University of Liverpool | University of London International Programmes | University of Roehampton | University of Southampton | Westfield Europe | IBM UK | Southampton Football Club | LV=

GED 2017 brought together over 150 professionals

Job titles of professionals who attended the 2017 Global Equality & Diversity Conference 2017 included:

Chairman and Group Managing Director | Communications Director | HR Director | Associate Professor | Chancellor | Chief Executive | Corporate Engagement Manager | Corporate Responsibility Manager | Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) | Director | Diversity and Corporate Responsibility Advisor | Diversity and Inclusion Director | Doctoral Researcher | Equality and Inclusion Manager | Executive Director of HR & OD | Head of Inclusion & Learning Support | Head of Service | HR Manager | Inclusion Manager | Managing Director | Partner | Professor | Quality Lead, Medical Education | Senior Account Manager | Senior Lecturer & Staff Governor | Strategy and Programmes Officer | Trustee | Vice Dean | Vice-Chancellor

Online Group Licenses for GED 2018

Alternatively, bring staff and clients together to watch GED 2018 online

The group online licence gives your organisation the best of both worlds – a delegate place at the conference to take advantage of all the networking opportunities attending GED 2018 affords and also the chance for their wider team to watch the event live from their workplace.  An ideal way to bring key staff up to speed on all the latest practice and research from our expert speakers without the need to leave the office.

Who Should Attend GED 2018?

The conference will attract business and public sector staff with responsibility for equality, diversity and inclusion strategy and implementation, including:

HR Directors | Talent Managers | Heads of Equality and Diversity | Research Directors | Business Development Directors | Board Members | Academics and Researchers | Business Research and Development | Sector Specific Experts | Recruitment Personnel | Careers Personnel | Charities and Stakeholder Organisations | Workforce Transformation Managers

The GED Awards 2018

Awarded for transparency, using research, making an impact

The annual GED Awards are awarded for transparency, using research, making an impact. With a special Lord Noon Award recognising outstanding individual achievement in advancing equality and diversity.