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Update on EMWA

Our latest updates If you haven’t yet noticed, there has been a slight change to the Awards.   We say slight because the East Midlands Women’s Awards (EMWA) has not changed, but we’re branching out to the West Midlands from 1st January 202 and to deferential between the two regions, we now have two separate nomination […]

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Finding out about EMWAs – Testimonials 1

Have you been to an East Midlands Women’s Awards Information & Networking event? If you haven’t you’re missing out. Hear what some women had to say after taking part. These networking events are popping up all across the East Midlands. The EMWA Information and Networking sessions are designed to give you the opportunity to find […]

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Winners and Finalist in Colour, the EMWA 2018

WINNER of the East Midlands Inspirational Female Leader of the Year 2018 is Professor Rachel  Thomson Professor Thomson is an international researcher and Professor of Materials Engineering at Loughborough University.  Professor Thomson has recently become the first female Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.  http://www.lboro.ac.uk/news-events/news/2018/september/rachel-thomson-elected-fellow-of-raeng/https://www.raeng.org.uk/news/news-releases/2018/september/50-engineering-leaders-become-fellows-of-the-royal Professor Thomson also won the Outstanding Women in STEM Award 2018.   […]

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What Makes a Good Place to live?

Over the next one and half years I will be joining other Commissioners to answer this question. My role will involve travelling across the UK and asking questions and exploring how stakeholders such as tenants, the government, local authorities, private companies and not for profit organisations can work together to develop something bigger and better than […]

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Diversity & Discrimination in the Charitable Sector

Have you read the latest report on Diversity and Discrimination in the Charitable Sector? If you’ve not read it as yet here is your chance.  The report comes from Charity Jobs and makes some very interesting. Discrimination is a serious issue for those people experiencing it directly. However, the results from these surveys also suggest that it […]

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