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HeForShe: Asif Sadiq MBE | Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging, The Telegraph

Asif Sadiq is Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging for The Telegraph. Delivering the strategic plan to drive a co-ordinated approach across the business to focus both investment and intent on the broader inclusion agenda. He is a Global Multi-Award Winning Diversity and Inclusion expert with a proven track record in achieving operational and strategic...
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Black British Business Awards announce their 2018 finalists

The Black British Business Awards have announced their finalists for 2018. The list recognises the trailblazers and rising stars who represent the very best of the UK’s vibrant business sector. The BBBAwards are the only premium awards programme to celebrate both the exceptional performance and outstanding achievements of black professionals and entrepreneurs in global, small...
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Women’s Engineering Society celebrate Top 50 Women in Engineering

The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) celebrated the Top 50 Women in Engineering at a high-profile event at Royal Academy for Engineering. In partnership with The Telegraph, this year’s top 50 Women in Engineering represent the top female returners and transferrers in engineering and allied sectors. The WE50 winners were awarded their trophies at an International...
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WeAreTheCity join hundreds of business leaders urging the government to boost female entrepreneurship

WeAreTheCity has joined hundreds of business leaders and MPs urging the government to boost female entrepreneurship in the UK. Over 200 leaders, entrepreneurs, MPs and academics have joined The Telegraph’s Women Mean Business campaign, signing an open letter calling on the government to encourage more women entrepreneurs. Currently, one in then women in the UK...
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Clare Hollingworth, journalist who reported the outbreak of WW2, dies

Clare Hollingworth, the journalist who was the first to report the outbreak of the Second World War, has died at the age of 105. The Telegraph journalist was in Poland to cover the worsening tension in Europe. She had been working for the newspaper for less than a week when she landed the “scoop of...
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BBC fails to attract women to top reporting roles due to their lack of confidence

Women are failing to get top roles at the BBC due to their lack of confidence, according to the organisation’s news chief. Jonathan Munro, Head of Newsgathering at BBC, has said that male executives at the organisation may have been guilty of ‘unconscious bias’. Speaking to the Telegraph, Munro said, “Appointments we made over the...
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Brains before Beauty | The politics blog

Only a week to go until the Big Day. Sounds terribly like a wedding, but I personally can see a few similarities. The excessive preparation, the inevitable disasters here and there, and of course the actual ceremony; the creation of a union (hint, hint, I feel that there is going to be another coalition). And...
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