03 Mar & 25 May 2016: Westminster Briefing: Diversity, Inclusion and the Power of Staff Networks

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Westminster Briefing: Diversity, Inclusion & the Power of Staff Networks

Thursday 3rd March 2016 & Wednesday 25th May 2016


Westminster Briefing invited Melanie Sharpe and Hamied Haroon to attend a conference on “Diversity, Inclusion & the Power of Staff Networks” and talk about The University of Manchester‘s Disabled Staff Network. This event was scheduled to take place twice: first in central London on 3rd March and then in central Manchester on 25th May. Melanie and Hamied have been invited to present at both and will use the opportunity to advertise NADSN too!

From the briefing on 3rd March:

  • The programme is available (as a PDF file) here.
  • Westminster Briefing was happy to share the slides from the day’s presentations, which are available (as a PDF file) here.
  • The slides that Hamied and Melanie presented is available (as a MS PowerPoint file) here.

From the briefing on 25th May:

  • The programme is available (as a PDF file) here.
  • Westminster Briefing was happy to share the slides from the day’s presentations, which are available (as a Zip file of PDFs) here.
  • The slides that Hamied and Melanie presented is available (as a MS PowerPoint file) here.

Feel free to share these with your networks!


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Hamied is nominated for a National Diversity Award – please vote!

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Our Chair, Dr Hamied Haroon (@HHHotWheels), is overwhelmed to be nominated in this year’s National Diversity Awards (@ndawards) for the “Positive Role Model Award – Disability”! Hamied was nominated by the amazing Jane Cordell (@CordellJane) and extraordinary Kate Nash OBE (@KateNashOBE)!

If you would like to endorse Hamied’s nomination please visit this page to vote! Nominations and voting will close on 9th June.

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