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Celebrating International Women’s Day

11 March 2021

On Monday 8 March, we celebrated International Women’s Day 2021 to shine a spotlight on women’s achievements and increase their visibility. Together we held a webinar to mark the event, exploring this year’s theme of #Choosetochallenge. Our panellists discussed ways in which we can all choose to challenge gender stereotypes and promote gender equity.

Chairing the conversation

HR leader Aggie Mutuma founded the consultancy Mahogany Inclusion Partners, which is committed to making the world an equal, fair and inclusive place where everyone has the opportunity to thrive. Aggie helps businesses to build and sustain inclusive cultures and chaired our thought-provoking discussion around gender bias faced by women, particularly in the workplace.

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Here’s an extract of our panellists discussing their lived experiences and offering insights into what we can do to push for transformative and lasting change both individually and firm-wide, as part of our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.

Our panel

The line-up for our panel included:

Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter to discover the #Choosetochallenge pledges made by our panellists.

Training and events


COP 26 - what is it and why is it important? Online

COP 26 is the global United Nations climate change Summit, which will take place in Scotland in November. It comes at a time when climate change, and how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, is at the top of the political agenda.

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In house lawyers: our sustainable future Online

This might be the greatest challenge facing C-Suite and legal teams over the next few years. What does that mean for you?

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Legal updates

be connected newsletter for higher education - July 2021

In this edition we provide you with the latest in legal updates, news and insight from the higher education sector.


Legal updates

Public Matters - July 2021

Updates on leisure contracts, SSPs, children's social care, construction, subject access disclosure, Building Safety Bill and Japanese knotweed.


Legal updates

Lifting of restrictions - what this means for employers in the higher education sector

19 July 2021 marked the lifting of many restrictions within England including the cessation of the need for social distancing, the removal of the legal requirement for face masks, and the end of required homeworking. We look at the guidance on the lifting of restrictions in the context of staff working in the higher education sector.


Integrated care systems (ICS) development webinar

Catch up on our on-demand video at our ICS development webinar included an overview of new legislation in developing your ICS, as well as the key features for developing integrated care boards, place based arrangements and provider collaboratives.


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