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The Supporting Vulnerable Tenants in Social Housing Conference 2024

The Supporting Vulnerable Tenants in Social Housing Conference 2024

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The Youth Justice Conference 2024: Improving Outcomes Through Multi-Agency Working

The Youth Justice Conference 2024: Improving Outcomes Through Multi-Agency Working

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The National Clinical Audit Event 2024: Driving Quality Improvements in Patient Care

The National Clinical Audit Event 2024: Driving Quality Improvements in Patient Care

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The Adult Safeguarding Conference 2024

The Adult Safeguarding Conference 2024

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The Allyship in the Workplace Conference 2024

The Allyship in the Workplace Conference 2024

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Gender Equality: Foundations for Female Leadership Progression

Foundations for female leadership must be developed to stabilise this disparity and pave the way for inspirational leaders. We invited Penny Horner-Long, Director, Head of Government Grants Management Function and Chair of Staff Board at the Cabinet Office, to speak about this topic at our Women in Public Sector Leadership Conference 2023.

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The Supporting Women in Policing Conference 2025

The Supporting Women in Policing Conference 2025

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Establishing Effective LGBTQ+ Staff Networks in the Civil Service

Over one in four LGBT employees reported experiencing at least one form of employment discrimination. Saorsa-Amatheia Tweedale joined our recent LGBTQ+ in the Workplace Conference.

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Supporting Female Police Officers from Minority Backgrounds

DCI Aneela Khalil-Khan presented at our Women in Policing Conference. Her research emphasises the importance of women, particularly women of colour and other minority groups, in policing and aims to promote their progress and retention in this critical field.

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Improving Employment for Autistic Individuals: A Review from the DWP

Around 15 to 20 percent of people have brains that develop or work differently. Organisations are welcoming the benefits of neurodiversity such as innovation, problem-solving and high accuracy. We were honoured to welcome Stephen Lismore, Head of Autism and Learning Disability Employment Policy, Department for Work and Pensions at our our Neurodiversity in the Workplace Conference.

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