Every week we pull together some of the diversity & inclusion news stories that have caught our eye!
ECB demands Yorkshire publish racism report prompted by Rafiq allegations
The England and Wales Cricket Board has intervened to ensure the publication of a report into racism at Yorkshire after Azeem Rafiq, whose allegations of abuse prompted the investigation, described the process as “a sham”.
Interview: ‘We brought colour to this country’: the matriarchs of Notting Hill carnival
Whether it’s online or on the streets, women have defined London’s huge celebration of Caribbean culture. The Guardian talk steel pans and skimpy costumes with the pioneers who set the tone.
Kevin Clarke death: police watchdog reopens investigation
Mentally ill man was heard saying ‘I can’t breathe’ while being restrained by Met officers in London.
From the Taliban to Incels: THE GLOBAL WAR ON WOMEN
Women’s rights are under attack around the world because of a belief in a fascistic natural order that naturalises male supremacy.
Aidy Bryant reveals Old Navy's new inclusive styles and pricing in latest campaign
As part of the brand's transformation, the size of the clothing will no longer determine the available designs nor the price tag.
5 ways the hybrid workplace can make companies more inclusive
Not being limited by geography can allow employers to create more equitable future workplaces.
Altrincham Swimming Club detail their 'open and approachable' environment
As part of Swim England’s aim to increase diversity within aquatic sports, we have spoken with a number of clubs who have endeavoured to actively engage their local community and ensure their clubs are welcoming environments for all.
Unemployment rose three times faster for ethnic minority workers than white counterparts in the last year, analysis finds
Experts urge businesses to consider whether their culture and processes are barriers to employing BAME workers.
An Afghan woman in Kabul: ‘Now I have to burn everything I achieved’
A university student tells of seeing all around her the ‘fearful faces of women and ugly faces of men who hate women’.
Council defends LGBTQ+ rights after businesses 'dismayed' by town councillor's 'homophobic' outburst
A town councillor has outraged "dismayed and disappointed" business owners after making homophobic comments about same sex marriage and the LGBTQ+ pride flag.