Diversity and inclusion partners programme

Partners and alumni
Our partners and alumni programmes support participating trusts to progress and develop their equality performance and to build capacity in this area.

The partners programme is based on four developmental modules over twelve months that provide partners with detailed strategic policy support, the opportunity to undertake personal development and a forum to share good practice and network with fellow colleagues in the NHS, and other diversity and inclusion subject matter experts.

The partners alumni is a self‐managed network of past and present organisations that have been members of the diversity and inclusion partners programme. The aim of the partners alumni is to enhance the ability of leaders within the alumni to think more strategically about diversity and inclusion issues, and to use their learning in practical applications within the workplace.
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Diversity and inclusion partners programme 2018/19

Find out more about the partners programme, current partner organisations and how to apply to the programme.

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Diversity and inclusion partners programme 2019/20

Apply for the 2019/20 partners programme, access the application form and submit by 1 March 2019.

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Diversity and inclusion partners alumni

Learn more about the partners alumni and participating organisations.

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Partners module summaries

Access past module summaries with speaker information, tools and resources.

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