Diversity Matters

19 October 2021

How can I celebrate BHM if I’m not Black?

A question that emerges for Black people all over Britain every October is “How can I celebrate the stories of those that have come before me?” In contrast the question that naturally comes to mind for those who are not of Black origin is “If I’m not Black how do I participate in Black History?” Whilst the questions appear to be different there is a common theme – both query how people can do Black History month justice, both have a desire to adequately celebrate a rich history that means so much to so many. But rest assured you should feel comfortable and welcome to celebrate the history of another culture.

Sinead Banful

11 October 2021

Black History Month – why do I care?

Celebrating this year’s Black History Month (BHM) with is powerful campaign, “Proud to Be”, is an apt time for us all to consider why we (should) care about Black history and culture.

Özlem Mehmet

6 October 2021

Black History Month - The Power of Diverse Storytelling

When Black History Month was established in the United States, over a century ago, it was intended as a way to celebrate and give national recognition to black stories and perspectives.

At Kingsley Napley, we believe in the power of diverse and representative stories and we have found some wonderful and effective ways to share them that you might like to try too.

23 September 2021

Celebrating Bisexuality Visibility Day!

The visibility of the “B” in our LGBTQ+ umbrella is marked every year on 23 September. At Kingsley Napley, we are proud to have bisexual members of our LGBTQ+ and Allies Network and strive for everyone to feel like they can be themselves and bring their whole selves to work. Outside KN, and in this year alone, Robin has come out as bisexual in the new Batman comic, more awareness has been raised about bisexuality with celebrities, such as Megan Fox, Lily Cole, speaking out and there is more representation of bisexual people in mainstream shows, such as Sex Education, Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Sameena Munir

10 September 2021

World Suicide Prevention Day

To mark Suicide Prevention Day and raise awareness of the prevalence of deaths by suicide in the UK, Kingsley Napley is set to host a mental health panel discussion on 10 September 2021.

Emily Harman

Diversity and Inclusion at Kingsley Napley

Diversity and Inclusion at Kingsley Napley

Our BAME group's film screening of The Hard Stop

Attended by KN employees and the Stop and Search Legal Project.

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Kingsley Napley Diversity and Inclusion Statistics 2019

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LGBTQ and allies network

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BAME network group

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International Women's Day 2019

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BAME webinar: Challenges faced at work

Recorded Monday 3 December 2018.

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2019: supporting trans employees in the workplace

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Kingsley Napley listed in the “Top 25 in the Legal Sector” of the Workplace Equality Index 2019

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#IDAHOBIT day 2019

Read Stephen Parkinson's blog

#Pride2019

Kingsley Napley are publishing a series of blogs to celebrate Pride and to raise awareness about the issues facing LGBT+ people in our communities.

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BAME book club: Why I'm no longer talking to white people about race

Our most recent book.

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