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RIDI Awards 2020: Disability Confidence in the Private Sector Roundtable RIDI Awards 2020: Disability Confidence in the Private Sector Roundtable RIDI Awards 2020: Disability Confidence in the Private Sector Roundtable

RIDI Awards 2020: Disability Confidence in the Public Sector Roundtable

In preparation for this year’s awards ceremony and to kick off the 2021 RIDI Awards campaign we are hosting a series of virtual roundtable discussions reflecting the inspiring case studies from this year’s RIDI Awards entries.

Kate Headley, The Clear Company was joined by Jane Hatton, Evenbreak, Mark Lomas, HS2 and Paul Deemer, NHS Employers for the first RIDI Awards Roundtable talking about Disability Confidence in the Public Sector.

Jane Hatton speaks about the change in the RIDI Awards over the years – moving the conversation on to being about talent and not about disabilities, talking about the business case for recruiting disabled talent. A lot of the good practice examples shared in this year’s entries is now really commonplace including training and delivery practice.

From his experience at HS2, Mark Lomas shares his thoughts about the importance of inclusive design being the future of inclusive transport and the improvements amongst the rail category.

“It’s innovation, it’s the voice of the disabled person being heard” finishes up Kate Headley.