Impact Report 2020
Building Inclusive Organisations
As the Head of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Stephen Frost witnessed first-hand the courage, creativity and talent of the diverse, 200,000-strong team that delivered the Games. They showed the world what real inclusion looks like. It was that impact Stephen wanted to capture, distil, and recreate when he founded Included after the Games.
Seen through a particular lens, the glow of London 2012 looks a long way away. We seem, in 2020, to inhabit a divided, damaged world. One beset by ongoing political strife, inequality, instability, as well as a global health crisis that has upended the way we live and work, perhaps permanently. In these chaotic times, inclusion has never been more important.
The stories featured in this report come from Wellcome, the Bank of England, the International Paralympic Committee, Music Masters, Cloudflare, and AlixPartners. They show us what is possible when we make the choice of inclusion and take the practical steps to embed it, using strategy, data, and the power of inclusive leadership to create tangible change. Benefits such as more equitable health outcomes, stronger risk mitigation for the public’s financial good, debiased and deracialised tech design, expanded opportunity in the arts for those who have been denied it, and much more. Benefits for individuals, organisations, and the wider world.
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Baroness Doreen Lawrence of Clarendon
In light of the Covid-19 virus, and the impact it has had on Black, Asian and minority ethnic people, this report shows us that effectively inclusion is a choice. A choice that we have collectively failed to make for too long. But a choice that can bring profound and long-lasting benefits.
Impact Report 2020
As the Head of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Stephen Frost witnessed first-hand the courage, creativity and talent of the diverse, 200,000-strong team that delivered the Games. They showed the world what real inclusion looks like. It was that impact Stephen wanted to capture, distil, and recreate when...
“I’M IN”! Baselining Inclusion & Creating Opportunity in Music
Summary Inclusion Music Masters’ launch of I’M IN in 2020 is a huge step forward for inclusion in the music sector, and is a reflection of the critical moment we are in. Music Masters’ work done in recent years has meant that the door was open at the right time. Participation Already the I’M IN...
Helping to Build a More Inclusive Internet
Cloudflare’s work on inclusion in the last two years has been important preparation for the Covid-19 era in which the world is transforming at an accelerated rate, and is waking up – often via digital methods – to systemic racism and inequalities.
Working Towards Equal Health Outcomes
Summary Embedded inclusion In recent years, Wellcome has started the journey of embedding inclusion into research and research culture, both internally and externally. This will ultimately reduce inequalities in treatments and improve global health outcomes in the longer term. Covid–19 response Externally, Wellcome’s Covid-19 response is to apply an international, inclusive and culture-led approach to...