Our annual CPD-accredited Stonewall Scotland Workplace Conference is a must-attend event for everyone involved in the delivery of workplace equality, diversity and inclusion.
The event brings together senior leaders, HR and diversity professionals, LGBT staff and allies from a huge cross-sector of organisations to share the latest innovative thinking, learn about current best practice and develop ideas for creating inclusive workplaces, where everyone is able to be themselves.
The Stonewall Scotland Workplace Conference 2017 took place on Friday 17 November at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
Discover the emerging best practice in LGBT inclusion with more interactive breakout sessions than ever. New content includes advanced sessions for network groups, engaging staff across dispersed locations, strengthening the support of allies and exploring mental health challenges for LGBT people.
Demonstrate your commitment to LGBT staff by representing your organisation at this flagship event. Organisations that have attended include Barclays, Microsoft and the Royal Navy, plus service providers, uniformed services and universities. Build your personal network among senior leaders, HR and diversity professionals, LGBT staff and allies interested in equality at work.
Return to your organisation with innovative and practical ideas to make a lasting impact for all LGBT people. Understand how to capitalise on the strength of a diverse workforce to create an inspiring environment where all LGBT staff can be themselves and achieve their full potential.
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The best and most practically useful and motivational conference I have ever been to, and I go to a LOT of conferences!
Everyone should be made to come to the Stonewall Scotland conference.
Loved this session! I had never considered the concept of diversity within diversity before this session. It was a real eye opener and I have many actions to take back to my organisation.
I really appreciated the inclusive atmosphere. I never felt afraid to speak up.