Diversity and inclusion
- A Blueprint for Change report.
- Apprenticeships and social mobility: Fulfilling Potential
- Balance for better: why lack of diversity is an issue for everyone.
- Boardroom to building site skills gap survey.
- Build a Better Future: The Built Environment and the Sustainable Development Goals (Bioregional)
- Civil engineering and language.
- Diversity in regeneration.
- Diversity in the construction industry. Building Site to Boardroom (BS2B).
- Diversity Wins - How Inclusion Matters (McKinsey)
- Equal opportunities policy.
- Equality Act.
- Fairness, inclusion and respect in construction
- Inclusivity in engineering.
- Making cities more gender inclusive.
- Maximising Social Value from Infrastructure Projects (ICE/Useful Projects)
- Protected characteristics.
- Supporting Diversity - Good Growth by Design (Mayor of London)
- To attract the right talent, offering flexibility and work-life balance will be essential.
- UandI Think event - The Age of No Retirement.
- CIAT celebrates Pride 2020.
- LGBT in Construction: Exploring experiences to inform inclusive practices (CIOB)
- LGBT+ Toolbox Talk (Building Equality)
- London build: the talent pool in the lgbt community.
- Gender pay gap in construction.
- How to encourage women into engineering.
- International Women in Engineering Day 2018.
- International Women's Day 2017.
- Interview with Harriet Latimer - Graduate Design Engineer.
- Why so many women leave engineering.
- Women in Construction – the critical solution to a skills shortage.
- Women in the construction industry
 Young people
- Interview with Carol Lynch, Construction Youth Trust
Diversity, social value and skills
- Building People 'Network of Networks'
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