inclusion

The Engineering Talent Awards 2021: Winners, Highlights, and the Rise of Diversity and Inclusion

The first-of-its-kind event, the Engineering Talent Awards (ETAs) is hosted by EqualEngineers – a company on a mission to make the engineering and technology industry more diverse and inclusive. The awards celebrate the incredible achievements of inspiring individuals who go above and beyond in their roles to make a difference.  Partnered with McLaren Racing and …

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Black History Month

Black History Month in Engineering 2021 Highlights

Black History Month takes place every October. It has been celebrated in the UK for over 30 years now. People from African and Caribbean backgrounds have been left underrepresented for decades. As a result of this, October has been dedicated to spreading awareness of contributions people from African and Caribbean nationalities have done throughout time. …

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1 in 5 engineers said they lost a colleague to suicide

Men’s Mental Health and Masculinity in Engineering

Mental Health has been a prominent topic recently however masculinity is commonly neglected as part of the conversation. Men’s Mental Health is a hard topic to bring up due to the fact most men find it difficult to speak about their feelings. It is then frequently overlooked. Men are under a heavy stigma to conceal …

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Designing an Inclusive Future

Inclusivity is creating a safe environment for everyone of different ages and abilities. It means giving them the confidence and ability to undertake day to day tasks in a similar manner and ensuring everyone has access to the same opportunities and the same abilities to participate.

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Diversity vs. Covid-19

Nearly 20% of the 1.3 million people that work in the NHS are from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds (BAME) – many of them working as doctors, nurses and midwives1.

Neurodiversity

Every brain is unique

Last year, EqualEngineers was a founding supporting organisation of Neurodiversity week, and this year we’ve been asked to help raise awareness of the benefits neurodivergent individuals bring to the workplace.

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