South Yorkshire Police Force were Highly Commended for their SYP 4D Campaign supporting officers affected by learning difficulties.
Winner: Diversity and Ability Ltd
Project: Digital Inclusion & Tailored Support for Homeless Individuals
Diversity and Ability Ltd won this year’s Noon Award for their work on Digital Inclusion & Tailored Support for Homeless Individuals.
Commended: Green Park
Project: Outstanding contribution to increasing Boardroom Diversity
Green Park were Highly Commended for their outstanding contribution to increasing Boardroom Diversity.
Winner: Open For Business
Project: Business action for LGBT + inclusive societies
Open For Business is a coalition of global companies taking action to promote equality for LGBT+ people, they won this year’s Chancellor’s Award for their project Business action for LGBT + inclusive societies.
Commended: Health Education England – North East (HEE NE)
Project: Enhanced Equality and Diversity Training
Health Education England – North East meanwhile were Highly Commended for their work on Enhanced Equality and Diversity Training.
Winner: Bristol Manifesto for Race Equality – Strategic Leaders Group
Project: A First for Bristol – City wide Public Sector Data Product
Bristol City Council won the Transparency Award for the Bristol Manifesto for Race Equality Strategic Leaders Group’s work introducing an outstanding partnership research and data product to highlight race equality performance of all 12 of the public sector partner agencies in Bristol.
Commended: Doncaster Council
Project: Transparency at Doncaster Council
Doncaster Council were Highly Commended for their success in adopting good practice to help their workforce achieve the best for Doncaster.
Winner: National Centre for Social Research (NatCen)
Project: Enhancing Diversity in Policing
The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) received the Research Award for Enhancing Diversity in Policing through their research contributing to the National Policing Vision 2025. The work has recently been adopted by all 43 Police forces of England, Wales and Northern Ireland and is significant in shaping the future of diversity in policing.
Commended: Questback & Conflux
Project: The role of culture in closing the Gender Pay Gap
Questback and Conflux were highly commended for their groundbreaking research within financial services organisations to identify the underlying cultural factors behind the gender pay gap.
INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE AWARD
Winner: The Home Office
Project: Positive Action to create a Representative Workforce
The Home Office won the inclusive workplace award for a joint action between The NETWORK and the Private Offices of both the Home Secretary and Ministers, to increase BAME appointees in Private Offices by almost 50% within 12 months.
Commended: South Yorkshire Police (SYP)
Project: SYP 4D Campaign