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This category is for organisations who have launched / started D&I initiatives, projects and programmes within the last 19 months. These projects can either be internal or external.

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Executive Summary: In 300 words, please provide an executive summary for your entry

Objectives: in 250 words What are the objectives of the D&I initiative? Outline clearly any research carried out and the reason for the emphasis on Corporate Social Responsibility, social impact and Diversity & Inclusion. Judges will look for entries where the role of CSR / D&I exceeded industry norms/standards went above and beyond what is expected.

Challenges: in 700 words What were the key challenges in planning and launching the initiative? What specific challenges related to implementing the CSR/D&I strategies, and how were these overcome?

Delivery: in 400 words Please provide details of the initiative / project including creative, content, events, logistics, focusing on the D&I aspects and how they were used.. Include details of pre- and post initiative communications were handled. How were these initiatives shared internally and externally (if applicable)?

Results: in 500 words Is the initiative achieving its core objectives? Please include testimonials or qualitative feedback and any statistics available from any tracking /monitoring and analysis. How was the impact of the initiative measured? Judges will look for entries where the initiative was proven to truly make a difference and could inspire others (or is on its way to doing so).

This category is for any organisation, agency or independent event planner who organises events.

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Executive Summary: In 300 words, please provide an executive summary for your entry

Objectives: in 250 words explain What were the core objectives for the event? Outline what pre-event research was carried out and include information relevant to the industry sector or client that impacted the event. What elements of the event were diverse and inclusive? Was it the marketing, the suppliers used, the teams used etc etc.

Challenges: in 700 words What were the key challenges faced when organising the event and ensuring it was diverse and inclusive, and how were these overcome? (eg. reduced budget, logistical challenges, unforeseen issues with destination/venue).

Delivery: in 400 words Give a full rundown of the event delivered, including details of creative, content, venue, destination and logistics, focusing on how the event met the brief, made the event diverse and inclusive and what makes this event stand out from this perspective.

Results/Outcomes: in 500 words Did the event achieve its core objectives? Please include client testimonials and any statistics available from post-event analysis and qualitative feedback.

This category is open to individuals and companies to nominate an individual who has been championing D&I. This individual may have led a project, launched an initiative or shown a commitment to driving change in their marketing or personal branding. Companies can nominate an individual.

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Executive Summary: In 300 words, please provide an executive summary for your entry

Challenges: in 700 words What challenges have they experienced and how did they overcome them?

Delivery: in 400 words Please provide details of what the nominated individual has done whether it be research, speaking, producing content etc.

Results: in 500 words What results have they achieved? What has the impact been on the organisation, clients, partners and the wider industry?

This category is for event technology software, tools or companies and/or innovative products that promote and support accessibility and inclusivity.

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Executive Summary: In 300 words, please provide an executive summary for your entry

Challenges: in 700 words What were the challenges when creating the technology / product and adding those features? What research was carried out? How do you make clients aware of the accessibility options?

Delivery: in 400 words Does your marketing strategy include talking about accessibility? Can you provide examples of events which have used the accessibility` features / functions?

Results/Outcomes: in 500 words What has client feedback been? Did the event technology/product achieve its core objectives in relation to the event? Please include client testimonials and any statistics available from post-event analysis and qualitative feedback. What positive impact has these product developments had on your business?

This category is for venues and sites who want to be recognised for their accessibility features and options.

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Executive Summary: In 300 words, please provide an executive summary for your entry

Challenges: in 700 words What challenges have you faced when preparing your site / venue to be accessible? (eg.reduced budget, logistical challenges, unforeseen issues with venue).

Delivery: in 400 words How do you approach accessibility when it comes to events? How do you make clients aware of the accessibility options / features at your site?

Results/Outcomes: in 500 words Please include client testimonials and any statistics available from post-event analysis and qualitative feedback. Provide a case study showing an event hosted in the last two years.  Detail how the venue worked with the client to ensure its accessibility needs were met. Were there any unusual/new requests for the team? If so, what did the team do to meet these? Did you provide any additional services?

This category recognises that every organisation has to start somewhere and faces challenges along the way.

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Executive Summary: In 300 words, please provide an executive summary for your entry

Objectives: in 250 words explain What was the status of your D&I journey before you started/launched an initiative, project or even had the first conversation around diversity? And what did you hope to achieve?

Challenges: in 700 words Please provide details of what the challenges were, any concerns and issues raised? How did you tackle these?

Delivery: in 400 words How did you address any challenges, implement initiatives? Did you hire external support? Did you host events, workshops or talks? Did you gather resources and share them with your employees or community?

Results: in 500 words Where did you start and where are you now? What progress has been made? What are your goals over the next 12 months and how do you intend to track those outcomes? Has there been an impact on the organisation, clients, partners and the wider industry?

Please provide a specific example of progress with as much detail as possible for the judges to assess your application.

This category is for any organisation, agency or independent event planner who organises events.

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Executive Summary: in 300 words, please provide an executive summary for your entry

Objectives: in 250 wordsWhat were the core objectives for the event? Outline what pre-event research was carried out and include information relevant to the industry sector or client that impacted the event. What elements of the event were diverse, inclusive and accessible? Was it the marketing, the suppliers used, the teams used etc

Challenges: in 700 words. What were the key challenges faced when organising the event and ensuring it was diverse/ inclusive/ accessible and how were these overcome? (eg. reduced budget, logistical challenges, unforeseen issues with destination/venue).

Delivery:  in 400 words. Give a full rundown of the event delivered, including details of creative, content, venue, destination and logistics, focusing on how the event met the brief, made the event diverse and inclusive and what makes this event stand out from this perspective.

Results: in 500 words. Did the event achieve its core objectives? Please include client testimonials and any statistics available from post-event analysis and qualitative feedback.

This category is for any organisation, agency or independent event planner who organises events.

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Here is some submission guidance for applicants.

Executive Summary: In 300 words, please provide an executive summary for your entry

Objectives:  in 250 words. What were the core objectives for the event? Outline what pre-event research was carried out and include information relevant to the industry sector or client that impacted the event. What elements of the event were diverse, inclusive and accessible? Was it the marketing, the suppliers used, the teams used etc.

Challenges: in 700 words. What were the key challenges faced when organising the event and ensuring it was diverse/ inclusive/ accessible and how were these overcome? (eg. reduced budget, logistical challenges, unforeseen issues with online tools or event technology used).

Delivery: in 400 words.  Give a full rundown of the event delivered, including details of creative, content, venue, destination and logistics, focusing on how the event met the brief, made the event diverse and inclusive and what makes this event stand out from this perspective.

Results: in 300 Did the event achieve its core objectives? Please include client testimonials and any statistics available from post-event analysis and qualitative feedback.

This category is for applicants who have created, led and launched event marketing campaigns which have been diverse and inclusive over the last two years.

What considerations applied? What research was carried out in the planning process? What partners were used to create a diverse and inclusive campaign? What were the challenges and how were these overcome?

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Executive Summary: In 300 words, please provide an executive summary for your entry

Objectives: in 250 words What was the objective of the marketing campaign?

Challenges: in 700 words What were the key challenges faced when planning, developing and delivering this marketing campaign (eg. budget, communication challenges, training, new team members) and how were these overcome?

Delivery: in 400 words What considerations applied? What research was carried out in the planning process? What partners were used to create a diverse and inclusive campaign?

Results/Outcomes: in 300 words Include any statistics available and qualitative feedback from clients and customers about the campaign. Where possible, include specific examples / a short case study, the outcome and how this was achieved

This award is chosen by the Diversity Ally team and will be awarded to any organisation that has demonstrated impact on a specific community or the wider society.

*This award can not be applied for directly

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