The annual GED Awards are awarded for transparency, using research, making an impact. With a special Lord Noon Award recognising outstanding individual achievement in advancing equality and diversity.
The Prime Minister has put equality and diversity centre stage in her programme for this parliament. 2017 and 2018 will see 8,000 companies, along with 4,000 public sector organisations, preparing for the biggest step change in equality and diversity policy in a generation.
Understanding the full extent of the change, the new demands it places on organisations and the new scrutiny it will bring is still evolving.
The GED 2017 Awards are a key learning and sharing platform for professionals and academics who are already involved in new approaches to Global Equality and Diversity understanding and are leading the way to embrace transparency and demonstrate impact.
Invitations are now open for submissions illuminating the most innovative research, publishing and impact approaches within organisations.
The Noon Award
Gary Zetter, Director of Apprentices & Sustainability Programme, Mitie
GED Transparency Award
Funke Abimbola, FRSA (Solicitor), General Counsel & Company Secretary (UK & Ireland), Roche Products Limited
GED Research Award
Michael Kerrigan, Strategic Data & Intelligence Manager, Nottingham Trent University
GED Impact Award
TA’AZ Security 141, TA’AZ Security 141: The Future Leaders’ Programme
The Chancellor’s Award
Andrea Fimian, EMEA Supplier Diversity Program Manager, IBM Corp Ltd
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