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Black inclusion in business campaign, ‘If Not Now, When?’ is launched with new signatories committing to action

Major UK business leaders have joined the pledge If Not Now, When?, which demands action now for #blacklivesmatter with agreed actions for clear and positive change. Alongside over 70 business leaders who have already signed the Open Letter for action, the latest additions to the pledge are leaders from organisations including BP, Tesco, StarlingBank, TimeOutGroup, …

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29 more uk business leaders sign letter demanding action on black inclusion in response to #blacklivesmatter

More major UK business leaders have signed an open letter which demands action now for #blacklivesmatter with agreed actions for clear and positive change. The total number of signatures now stands at over 70. The new additions to the signatories include leaders from Microsoft UK, Balfour Beatty, O2, Fidelity International, National Grid, Virgin Money, Compass …

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if not now, when? another honest conversation about black inclusion in the workplace

Black Lives Matter is a movement not a moment. We need businesses to turn solidarity into tangible action by implementing long term strategies to improve Black inclusion and representation in leadership roles. We have seen a rise in the number of organisations making the commitment to improving Black inclusion in the workplace, with 42 UK Business Leaders signing our open letter …

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13 additional business leaders sign open letter committing to actions on black inclusion

A further 13 leaders in UK business have signed Audeliss and INvolve’s open letter which backs up words of solidarity for #blacklivesmatter with agreed action for change. The original letter was printed in The Sunday Times on 21 June 2020 signed by 28 leaders in UK business.  They have now been joined by leaders from …

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