Clifford Chance celebrates commitment to LGBT equality and diversity at Pride and beyond

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Leading law firm Clifford Chance celebrates its commitment to equality and diversity, from supporting Pride to working with its LGBT network Arcus.

Clifford Chance has an aim to encourage an inclusive and integrated culture within the Firm that gives our colleagues the choice to be open and out. It was this aim which led to us becoming the first Law firm to partner with National Student Pride in 2012/13, and subsequently becoming gold sponsors for 2013/14.

Involvement in National Student Pride has helped us demonstrate our support for the LGBT community, ensuring we reach students throughout their time at university. Not only were our lawyers, trainees and graduate recruitment team in attendance at National Student Pride, but we also brought along the newest (and some would say most popular) member of our team

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TV diversity: why we can learn lessons from the film sector

Belle: praised by the BFI for ‘telling diverse stories’. Photograph: Fox Searchlight/Everett/Rex Features

Another day, another diversity in the media debate, only this was a debate with a difference. A proposal was put on the table that met with interest from an audience weary of talking, weary of listening and weary of believing that change really is about to happen.

Monday’s diversity powwow, organised and chaired by culture minister Ed Vaizey, featured key figures from across the creative industries

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Video: Apple celebrates ‘unwavering commitment’ to equality and diversity

Email 8th July 2014, 4:36 PM Joseph Patrick McCormick, PinkNews.co.uk Share on WhatsApp 3 reader comments

Computer giant Apple has produced a video celebrating its ongoing commitment to equality and diversity.

The video features Apple staff marching in the San Francisco pride parade, including Tim Cook, the company’c CEO.

The CEO

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