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North Social Partnership Forum Meeting
20 / 1 / 2017 10am - 20 / 1 / 2017 3.30pm
A meeting of the North of England Social Partnership, focusing on system change and commissioning decisions.
Tweet chat: Lessons in leadership
17 / 1 / 2017 8pm - 17 / 1 / 2017 9pm
Join the HSJ Women Leaders Network and NHS Clinical Commissioners for a tweet chat on 17 January, 8-9pm.
The Mary Seacole Awards
The Mary Seacole Awards recognise and honour the name of Mary Seacole for her work in the Republic of Crimea. The awards fund specific health care projects that aim to improve the health outcomes of people from black and minority ethnic communities.
Celebrating diversity in the NHS
Each month NHS Employers will focus on one of the key topics in the equality, diversity and human rights calendar.
Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Week 2016
NHS Employers invites you to celebrate the success of the fifth Equality, Diversity and Human Rights Week, EQW2016.
Accessible information standard - have your say
NHS England is reviewing the accessible information standard to assess the impact and to make sure it is fit for purpose.
Shaping leadership behaviours
Dan Robertson the diversity and inclusion director at the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion gives some top tips on the importance of inclusive leadership behaviours in bringing about cultural change.
Play the long game: Motherhood and work is a game of chess
05 / 1 / 2017 8am
Contributed by: Lisa Unwin
In this blog, Lisa Unwin from the organisation She's Back, shares her career tips for women with children, and why you can draw parallels between motherhood and a game of chess.
HIV stigma: not retro, just wrong
01 / 12 / 2016 8am
Contributed by: Charlie Alderwick
To support World Aids Day on 1 December, the National AIDS Trust has written a blog about a new campaign to put HIV stigma firmly in the past.
My journey to becoming an equality champion
11 / 11 / 2016 3.30pm
Contributed by: Katie Cornhill
A truly inspiring blog from Katie Cornhill, a firefighter and former Royal Marine Commando about her journey to finally live in her true gender, and the challenges and barriers she had to overcome.
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