Bloom is a professional network for women in communications. We believe that the communications industry should be one in which all women can achieve their potential.
Women in Advertising and Communications, London (WACL) has been in existence since 1923. It currently consists of 160 of the most senior women from the fields of advertising and communications, marketing, media and associated trade bodies.
In the UK, just 12% of creative directors in the advertising industry are female. In film, the number is 11.5% at director level and in design the figures mirror, at about 11.5%. To continue to create real change within the creative industry, Creative Equals – an organisation dedicated to diversity and inclusion in the sector.
Creative Access fills a gap in the current creative landscape by helping young people from black, Asian and other non-white minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, to secure paid training opportunities in creative companies, and supporting them into full-time employment.
Stonewall campaigns for the equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people across Britain.
Switchboard provides a one-stop listening service for LGBT+ people on the phone, by email and through Instant Messaging.
Support Organisations – Sexuality & Gender – Straight, LGB, Trans.
Pride in London
Pride in London (formally known as Pride London) is an annual LGBT pride festival and parade held each summer in London. It is one of the longest running in the country and attracts an estimated one million visitors to the city.
The Hobbs Consultancy
We support businesses in creating a culture in which people feel able to show up as themselves, where diversity of thought is valued and where people are cherished. We recognise that creating diverse and inclusive organisations is not necessarily an easy path and we help businesses to navigate this complexity, learning the skills required for everyone to be able to step into their inclusive leadership.
For Autistic People, by Autistic People. Promoting the Neurodiversity Paradigm.
Autism Acceptance Month
April is Autism Acceptance Month. During Autism Acceptance Month, we focus on sharing positive, respectful, and accurate information about autism and autistic people.
An American rehabilitation treatment centre helping people to understand their struggle, whilst helping them to recover. Below is a link to an educational guide for the LGBTQ+ community about substance misuse.