The CIPD Festival of Work goes digital. Update: 14 April 2020

The CIPD Festival of work is a chance to immerse yourself in a world of inspiration and discovery – developing you, your people and your business. Even in light of recent events due to Coronavirus, we want to bring that directly to you, so we are now planning to run the festival as a 3-day online event on 10-12 June 2020.

If you have already registered to attend for free or purchased a conference delegate ticket, you have been automatically registered for online attendance and will receive an email with more details on your booking and the virtual festival.

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Find out more about the CIPD Festival of Work going digital.

Caroline Criado-Perez

Caroline Criado-Perez OBE

SpecialityBritish Feminist, Activist and Journalist

“The fact is that worth is a matter of opinion, and opinion is informed by culture. And if that culture is as male-biased as ours is, it can’t help but be biased against women. By default.”

Caroline’s first national campaign, the Women’s Room project, was for female experts to be better represented in the media. She opposed the removal of the only woman from British banknotes (other than the Queen), leading to the Bank of England’s swift announcement that the image of Jane Austen would appear on the £10 note by 2017.

How can organisations successfully re-design jobs and workplaces to welcome and better cater for all diversity? Join Caroline for her keynote on “The power of inclusion – overcoming the barriers of a world designed for men.”

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by Caroline Criado-Perez OBE