LGBTQ representation is reaching all-time highs but media and business have a major role to play in telling even more diverse stories about LGBTQ lives.
Understanding these six key concepts for diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and beyond, is vital for true progress to be achieved in diversity, equity and inclusion.
Diverse boardrooms are key to upholding the values of stakeholder holder capitalism which aims to serve the interests of society and protect the planet.
With societal divides widening since the start of the pandemic, projects like the ‘Human Library’ aim to break down barriers and prejudices. Here’s how.
LGBT+ businesses in Britain are revitalizing local economies and offering a path to post-COVID economic recovery, including the Pride Media Centre.
By increasing our understanding of the issues transgender people face, we can create more inclusive, diverse and supportive working environments for them.
Examples of media, entertainment and sports brands that are bringing their diversity commitments to life.
A new app called TranZap has been developed to build a better connection between trans patients and their health care providers.
Stats show that HIV stigma is increasing. However, people with HIV living normal, healthy lives could have a powerful effect, a new study says.
The number of Black and Latino tech employees has risen by less than 1% in the past seven years. These failures highlight the need for structural change.
Increased inclusion and representation in sports can transform the well-being and mental health of LGBTI youth, but Olympic athletes can't do it alone.
Study shows the legal and social exclusion of LGBT+ people in the Caribbean has a negative economic impact of between 2.1-5.7% regional GDP
How do we sustain this accelerated pace within the creative industry, and make equality and inclusion a sustainable part of creativity?
Argentina has become first country in South America to rollout identification cards for non-binary citizens, who don't wish to identify as male or female.
There is concern among academics, businesses and workers, that hybrid working may be detrimental to inclusivity in the business, by excluding mothers.