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.

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The ‘Mark of Progress’ billboard campaign

We are delighted to present our new logo which we are promoting via a billboard campaign ‘Look for the Mark of Progress’ around Belfast fromthe 17th June. We have replaced the gender symbols with a ring torepresent all areas of diversity. Organisations moving to silver & gold will have the opportunity to bringin other areas … READ MORE

Mary McAleese Diversity Lecture at Queen’s University

The Diversity Mark Board were delighted to be invited along the launch of the Queen’s Management School Annual Mary McAleese Diversity Lecture Series at Queen’s University on Friday 21st June. The event, entitled: ‘An Interview with Mary McAleese’, was hosted by Queen’s Management School, in association with the Chief Executives’ Club and was compered by BBC … READ MORE

Diversity Mark Presents at Powered by Talent Conference

Christine White, Head of Business at Diversity Mark NI was delighted to be invited along to present at this year’s Powered by Talent Conference hosted by the Abacus Talent Group at the International Convention Centre in Belfast on Wednesday 22nd May. Powered by Talent united businesses from the professional services sector to highlight best practice in … READ MORE

Diversity Charter Mark Awarded to Northern Ireland Water

We were delighted to award Northern Ireland Water with the Bronze Gender Diversity Charter Mark.  They within their application have shown a real commitment to implementing inclusive growth and cultural shifts within the workplace. Christine White presented NI Water Chief Executive Sara Venning and HR Business Partner Janine Murphy with the award at a recent … READ MORE

Diversity Breakfast at the Ulster Bank

Business leaders gathered today at an intimate diversity breakfast hosted by Richard Donnan, Head of the Ulster Bank in Northern Ireland. This event was another opportunity to highlight the importance of prioritising Gender Diversity in the workplace. Richard shared some valuable insights from Ulster Bank’s diversity journey with the guests. Richard explained that they have … READ MORE

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