To mark the 10-year anniversary of the Equality Act 2010, d&i Leaders (a network of diversity, inclusion and HR related professionals) and the Equality and Human Rights Commission organised a special online panel discussion on 14 October 2020.

Caroline Waters OBE (Acting Chair, Equality and Human Rights Commission) chaired the panel, which was organised by d&I Leaders founder Mark Baker. CIRCLE Director Professor Sue Yeandle was a guest panellist, along with Mark Lomas (Head of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion at HS2), Paul MacFarlane (Partner at leading law firm Capsticks) and Pauline Miller (Head of Talent Development, Diversity & Inclusion at Lloyds).

The panel discussed the changes brought by a decade of the Equality Act, highlighted continuing equality and diversity challenges and identified opportunities for improving inclusion in the workplace. You can login or sign up here to view the session, which was recorded and included a live Q&A with an online audience of 200+ D&I professionals, at the following link: https://dileaders.com/blog/ten-years-of-the-equality-act-2010-where-next-for-equality-at-work/

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Sue Yeandle

Professor Sue Yeandle is Director of CIRCLE and Principal Investigator of the Sustainable Care: connecting people and systems research programme.

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