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Stonewall Workplace Conference London 2017

14/02/2017

The Stonewall Workplace Conference, supported by EY, returns to London on Friday 7 April 2017.

Join over 800 delegates from across the public, private and third sectors at Europe’s largest conference on LGBT inclusion in the workplace to learn and share the latest best practice. 

Inspiring keynote speakers

At Stonewall we believe in giving a platform to inspiring people. Our keynote speakersbring our work to life and empower our audiences to create change. 

Interactive breakout sessions 

Over 20 breakout sessions facilitated by specialists in their fields help delegates to understand how to capitalise on the strength of diverse workforces and create an environment where all LGBT staff feel able to be themselves.

Whether an organisation is starting out in inclusion or looking to take things to the next level our comprehensive content provides something for everyone. Breakout sessions on developing a strategy, inclusive recruitment and development and getting your staff on board will help you get things right from the start. New sessions this year will provide in depth information about supporting trans staff and working globally.  

Delegates leave each breakout session with a specially crafted action plan and access to the latest Stonewall research and resources, which will help them to implement their learning and ensure it has a lasting impact on their organisation. 

Expanded networking zone

This year, our expanded networking zone will provide even more opportunities to build connections with other organisations and share great ideas. Delegates have a chance to hear from a diverse network of people all committed to equality at work as well as to engage with the wider work of Stonewall and other leading organisations.

Who attends

The Stonewall Workplace Conference London provides a unique opportunity to meet individuals from the UK's leading employers to share ideas about how to make workplaces more inclusive for lesbian, gay, bi and trans staff, including:

  • Senior business leaders
  • HR and diversity professionals
  • Employee Network Group chairs
  • Line managers
  • Procurement specialists
  • LGBT staff and allies

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