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.
University of East London’s (UEL) Chancellor’s Award
The GED 2017 Awards are a key, solutions focussed, learning and sharing platform for public and private sector equality and diversity professionals and academics who are developing and adopting new approaches to equality and diversity in business and globally.
Award winners are leaders building understanding and leading the way to embrace transparency and demonstrate impact within their business.
Nominations and entries are open illuminating the most innovative research, publishing and impact solutions and approaches within public and private sector organisations.
Who can nominate?
Anyone can nominate an organisation or individual. And organisations can self nominate, highlighting the work of one of their divisions or an individual.
Public and private organisations, including charities and NGOs, are welcome to nominate not only their work with staff but also their contribution to equality and diversity through their products, services, works, funding or other activities and partnerships that can be shown to make a difference.
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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
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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