Business does great good and has a powerful and positive social impact, equality and diversity work is entering a new phase. The GED Awards are here to recognise the contribution of businesses and public organisations to equality and diversity across the world. Every company and organisation needs to make transparent their social impact on equality and diversity.
Businesses make a difference by their daily actions and innovations – whether in business practice, products, people or research. The GED Awards want to hear about the impact of your businesses and services that make a difference to individuals, employees and whole communities and open up new opportunities.
The awards are for transparency, using research, making impact. With a special award in the gift of Lord Noon to recognise outstanding achievement in advancing equality and diversity.
- The Noon Award – nominations for an individual business leader who has, through their personal example, innovation or business model, contributed to greater diversity and equality in race, gender, identity and opportunity for peoples or groups.
- GED Transparency Award – nominations for business or organisation examples of published data and transparent information on organisational make up, staff and / or customer service
- GED Research Award – nominations for an outstanding example of research methods and insights into diversity and equality in companies or organisations and services.
- GED Impact Award – nominations for an outstanding example of a business or organisations using new data, responding to transparency of data and making change which can show an impact related to that original information.
If you have examples of best practice that you think deserve recognition, submit your entry now! More information about the awards can be found online here:
Deadline for entries: Thursday 24th September 2015.
Need help with your submission? Contact Karen Stewart or 0044 (0) 20 7324 4330 – who will guide you through the process.
The awards ceremony will be broadcast from the ‘GED: Experiencing Diversity in the Workplace Conference’ on Wednesday 25th November 2015.