Equality is the single most important ethical issue businesses today need to face head-on. Creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce – to serve an increasingly diverse consumer base – are also vital to the success of virtually every business operating today.
The Future of Equality
As the UK leaves the European Union and populism permeates political discourse across the globe, the time to ensure that diverse and inclusive policies are safeguarded is now.
The threat to equal opportunity and inclusion in society and the workplace is real and in urgent need of our attention. That’s why our theme for 2020 is Now or Never: Action and Leadership in Our Age of Disruption. We find ourselves at a significant crossroads where failure to stand up and take responsibility now for advancing equality could result in serious roll-backs to our rights.
With so much at stake, Bloomberg will convene the second-annual Bloomberg Equality Summit in London. This preeminent forum for corporate executives and thought leaders, anchored in a full-day conference, will foster forward-looking conversations and spotlight influential leaders who are paving the way to advancing equality.
May 5 - Tuesday
The Importance of Allyship in the Corporate Structure
May 6 - Wednesday
Registration and Networking Breakfast
The Changing Face of the Middle-East: Furthering Inclusivity
Calculating the Cost of Inequality in Banking and Finance
Chief Executive Officer, RBS
Bloomberg Gender Equality Index 2020: The Journey so far
Climate Change and Its Impact on the World's Most Vulnerable
Mental Health: Tackling the Problem Head-on
Losing the Labels: How the Non-Binary Community Are Reclaiming Their Narrative
Representation Matters: Incorporating New Voices into the Entertainment Industry
Sabah AhmediImam Ahmadiyya Muslim community
Eni AlukoFormer International Football Player and Lawyer
Kadeena Cox MBEBritish Parasport Athlete
Mark FosterFormer Olympic Swimmer and Broadcaster
Jeremy GordonRabbi New London Synagogue
Julien HayeHead of Non-Financial Risk Fidelity International
Charlie MartinBritish Racing Driver and Trans Activist
Trevor Phillips OBEFounding Chair Equality and Human Rights Commission
Mandu ReidLeader Women's Equality Party
Alison RoseChief Executive Officer RBS
Elvis SiawBusiness Analyst Santander
Dr Nicola RollockAuthor and Academic on Class and Race
Shani DhandaAward-Winning Disability Specialist Virgin Media
Kate HeadleyCo-Founder and CEO The Clear Company
A.C. GraylingPhilosopher and Author
Bishop Rachel TreweekBishop of Gloucester Church of England
Iain AndersonExecutive Chairman Cicero Group
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