Armagh Observatory and Planetarium receives Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation
World renowned astronomical research centre, Armagh Observatory and Planetarium, has been awarded Bronze Diversity Mark Accreditation by Diversity Mark. The organisation was recognised for its efforts to embody diversity, equality and inclusion.
Translink awarded Silver Diversity Mark
Translink has been awarded the Silver Diversity Mark for advancing Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace by awarding body Diversity Mark. The Assessors looked for significant progress against Translink’s plan and critiqued goals that will continue to address Gender, Disability, Race and Ethnicity.
Statement on behalf of Diversity Mark following comments made by Tory candidate Liz Truss
At Diversity Mark we believe the case for diversity in business and public life should not need an explanation. On our doorstep, we’ve seen first-hand how diversity and inclusion has not just supported, but accelerated economic and social prosperity in Northern Ireland. We must continue to platform this progress and workplaces built on the principles…
“To drive change, companies need to invest deeply in all aspects of diversity, equity, and inclusion.”
Nuala Murphy our interim Head of Business at Diversity Mark chats to Sync NI about her journey, the organisation and the importance of diversity and inclusion in business. Nuala highlights the challenges that companies can come across, shares key findings and provides guidance for organisations wanting to get started on their Diversity and Inclusion journey but…
Diversity, Equality and Inclusion: Good for Business
Interim Head of Business Nuala Murphy takes a look at why diversity, equality and inclusion have never been more important. ‘Supporting women in work to achieve their ambitions, whatever they may be, has been a focus of mine over the past eight years through my voluntary capacity as a Lean In Network leader. We have…
Baker McKenzie awarded Silver Diversity Mark Accreditation
We are delighted to announce that Baker McKenzie have been awarded the Silver Diversity Mark Accreditation for their ongoing commitment to advancing Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace. They are the first law firm in Northern Ireland to achieve this, huge congratulations to all the team.
Belfast entrepreneur Nuala Murphy named interim Head of Business at Diversity Mark
Diversity Mark NI are delighted to announce that Belfast entrepreneur Nuala Murphy has been confirmed as interim Head of Business. She will join Diversity Mark on a 14-month basis while the firm’s current head of business Christine White, is on maternity leave.