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Felix Moise (they/them) is a diversity, equity and inclusion education specialist at Group M UK

International Transgender Day of Visibility: why pronouns matter

Eleven ways you can make trans and gender non-conforming people feel more included.

Ayanna Jackson

Ayanna Jackson joins FCB in specially created global diversity role

She is tasked with pushing FCB's DEIB agenda out globally.

From left to right: Tahlia Gray, Charlotte Mair, Jhenelle Green, Seyi Alawode and Jamelia Donaldson

Meet five Black women business owners breaking barriers and embracing equity

Inspired by International Women's Day earlier this month, Shannie Mears, head of talent at The Elephant Room, profiles five Black

A black and white mugshot of Benjamin Braun

Neurodiversity in marketing: How my dyslexia helps me as a CMO

For Neurodiversity Celebration Week, Benjamin Braun, the chief marketing officer of Samsung Europe, talks about his own personal experience of


Adam & Eve/DDB adds global jury to #SheTakesOver initiative

The global jury is made up of creatives from the DDB network alongside senior figures from #SheTakesOver’s media partners.

Miriam Margolyes, actress and political activist

Uncommon and Miriam Margolyes appeal for LGBTQ+ friendly 2030 World Cup

The "Big gay donation" is fronted by actress and political activist Miriam Margolyes and hopes to raise money for LGBTQ+

A colour photo of Michele Prota

Putting wages on an equal footing is key to inclusion

Knowing that you are paid fairly is a critical part of the inclusion equation, Michele Prota, global chief talent officer

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Leo Burnett launches diversity programme for clients, with McDonald's on board

Scheme will include workshops, creative development and PR advice to clients.

Outvertising statement

Outvertising calls for better brand allyship amid World Cup LGBTQ+ row

The statement responds to the FA's decision to roll back its commitment to the OneLove campaign.

Neda Shadanlou

Diversity conversations exclude the non-Western point of view

The populist world doesn't care about the African migrants who were beaten to death at the Spanish border.


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