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Rising through the Ranks: the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index and organisational change

Hosted by the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Taskforce and Spectrum

Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building,

Speakers

Rob Childe

Rob Childe

Claire Harvey

Claire Harvey

Jacqueline Newcombe

Jacqueline Newcombe

Rebecca Stinson

Rebecca Stinson

Chair

Dr Chris Thomas

Dr Chris Thomas

This event brings together professionals from across various sectors to address the impact of the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index on LGBT+ equality in the workplace and beyond.

Rob Childe is a Senior Associate specialising in employment law at Pinsent Masons. He is an active member of the Pinsent Masons LGBT network and the Manchester office LGBT representative.

Claire Harvey (@harveysprout) is an inclusion expert with leadership experience in the public, private and third sectors, and has led two organisations to rise over 100 places in the WEI. She is a Paralympian and the CEO of Diversity Role Models.

Jacqueline Newcombe is the Equality Officer for Leicestershire Police, having worked there in a variety of roles since 1995.

Rebecca Stinson (@Bex_Stinson) is the Head of Trans Inclusion at Stonewall UK, and is leading on their work ‘A Vision for Change’ for trans equality.

Chris Thomas is an Assistant Professor in Department of Law at LSE, and a member of Spectrum, the School's LGBT+ staff network.

The Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Taskforce (@EDI_LSE) was established in September 2015 to conduct a root-and-branch review of EDI issues at the School, to generate policy proposals, and to initiate changes around the institutional architecture and campus culture in order to maximise equity, diversity and inclusion across the School.

Spectrum (@LSESpectrum) is the LGBT+ staff network at LSE which represents staff from lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and other minority sexual orientation and gender identities. 

Twitter Hashtag for this event: #LSELGBT

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