The 4th Annual

Global Equality & Diversity Awards 2017

Thursday 30th November 2017

Deadline for entries: Monday 31st July 2017

Crowne Plaza London Docklands

Royal Victoria Dock, Western Gateway, London, E16 1AL

The GED Awards

Awarded for transparency, using research, making an impact

The annual GED Awards recognise best practice in a number of categories: transparency, using research and making an impact.

With a special Lord Noon Award for outstanding individual achievement in advancing equality and diversity.

Plus
University of East London’s (UEL) Chancellor’s Award

The Global Equality and Diversity Awards 2017, held in conjunction with The GED Conference: Building Growth Through Inclusion and Diversity, recognise individual professionals, organisations and academics who are adopting new approaches to equality and diversity understanding and are leading the way to embrace transparency and demonstrate impact.

2017 Award Categories

To recognise the contribution of both business and the public sector, 2017 sees the introduction of the following new GED Award categories:

GED Impact (Public Sector) Award

GED Impact (Business) Award


GED Research (Public Sector) Award

GED Research (Business) Award


GED Transparency (Public Sector) Award

GED Transparency (Business) Award


The Lord Noon Award for outstanding individual achievement in advancing equality and diversity


The UEL Chancellor’s Award

2016 Award Winners

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