Our purpose is building Tomorrow’s Connections Today. Our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion vision is at the core of this.
We want to make a difference and build connections that bring us together. We will continue to do more, to act more, to be straight up in our approach, learn and question ourselves.
We have a multi-year strategy comprising of five pillars laying out how we’re acting on our DE&I commitments:
This supports colleagues of all sexualities and gender identities.
This focuses on delivering a work culture that supports people of all backgrounds, races and ethnicities.
This is about supporting colleagues at all stages of their life and career, with examples including working carers, parental support and veterans.
This focuses on creating a working culture that ensures a gender balance at each level of the organisation and offers equal development opportunities.
Removing barriers for all disabled and neurodivergent colleagues. Putting accessibility at the centre of everything we do.
Frances Wright was a Scottish-born lecturer, writer, freethinker, feminist, utopian socialist, abolitionist, social reformer, and philosopher.