We enable organisations to apply for a Charter Mark which will recognise their commitment to Diversity and Inclusion, initially focussing on Gender Diversity.
The Charter follows a methodology of self-assessment and it prioritises continuous progression with goals set by and appropriate to each individual organisation.
Widespread adoption of the Charter Mark will make a genuine difference to diversity & workplace culture on a cross-sectorial basis and will help make the most of Northern Ireland’s talented workforce in a global competitive economy.
Allstate Diversity Breakfast
We would like to thank John Healy, Managing Director at Allstate for hosting our latest Business Leader’s Diversity breakfast. John Healy spoke passionately with the group about Allstate’s involvement with Diversity Mark and explained that he felt that they are ‘part of something really special’. Kieran Harding, Diversity Mark Independent Assessor and Managing Director at … READ MORE
The 2nd Business of Diversity Lunch
Wendy Austin interviews Gary Kennedy, Chairman of Greencore Group plc, Connect Group plc and Green REIT plc and Co-chair of Balance for Better Business. Wednesday 23rd October 2019 from 12.00pm to 2.30pm at the Canal Court Hotel, Newry We are thrilled to announce that we have secured Gary Kennedy as part of our compelling speaker … READ MORE
Diversity Mark Best Practice Members Event
Diversity Mark members gathered on 22nd August for our first Best Practice event hosted by Danske Bank at the Catalyst Fintech Hub. At this event we heard best practice tips, and the steps to silver & gold from Diversity Mark Independent Assessors Judith Gillespie & Deborah Lange. Nicola McCleery then presented Danske Bank’s Gender Diversity … READ MORE
Diversity Mark Milestone – 50 Members
We are delighted to announce that we have just reached a significant milestone for Diversity Mark – 50 Northern Ireland business leaders have committed to go on a journey to deliver diversity and inclusivity for their organisation. Diversity Mark’s very robust process is monitored on an annual basis, and as a result of our … READ MORE
NIFRS Diversity Success Story
Women in the Fire Service ‘Celebrating Difference Improving Delivery’ development weekend June 2019 Northern Ireland Fire & Rescue Services supports ‘Women in the Fire Service UK’ (WFS), a national charity established in 1993 to enable and inspire confident and successful women to build a more progressive fire and rescue service. WFS also focusses on improving … READ MORE