J.P. Morgan is one of the biggest investment banks and financial services companies in the world; it has significant operations bases in 100 countries; and, in the past 4 years, it has hired 154 people with autism across 40 sectors
In 2014 the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and the Government Equalities Office published a report into the effects of body image during pregnancy and post-birth. The report concluded that midwives and health visitors should support women not
Karen Jewell is the Nursing Officer for Maternity & Early Years at the Office of the CNO in Wales. As an advisor to the Welsh government, she has been an important driver of change and an integral part of sculpting
Luminaries from the world of equality and diversity in business were honoured at the 6th Annual Global Equality & Diversity (GED) Awards which took place yesterday at De Vere in London’s Canary Wharf.
The big winners on the day included SAP, Essex Police,
NHS England describes Evidence Based Practice as meaning that every time a health professional makes a treatment decision, that decision is based on the best available evidence as well as their clinical expertise and the patient’s preferences.
As common sense as
After facing down calls to quit in Spring 2019 following a damning report into Cwm Taf maternity services, Welsh Cabinet Secretary for Health and Social Services Vaughan Gething AM pledged to improve the quality of maternity care in Wales.
From whether disabled people are being left out of progress towards equality for minority groups to whether misogyny should be a hate crime – when we open the floor to questions at the Global Equality and Diversity Conference the discussion