Diversity at Amazon

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Recognising LGBT+ talent and advocacy through OUTstanding and the Pink News Awards

Amazon’s Christon Mallett was named as one of 50 LGBT+ Future Leaders 2018 in the FT OUTstanding Role Models 2018 awards. The recognition followed a week after a night of celebration at the Pink News Awards, where Amazon sponsored the Third Sector Equality Award, won by the National Trust.

Celebrating Black History Month at Amazon

Throughout October, employees are celebrating Black History Month with a series of events and activities led by our Black Employee affinity group, BEN UK.

Announcing our 2018 Financial Times Champions of Women in Business winners

We are delighted that three of Amazon’s diversity and inclusion champions have been recognised amongst the country’s leading champions of Women in Business.

Bestselling Kindle author says a breadth of experience is the driver of career success

Inspirational women leaders from business and publishing share their career stories.

Our mission to help boost the number of women in STEM

Amazon and WISE - the campaign for gender balance in science, technology & engineering - have come together to launch new research designed to build a roadmap to help increase female representation in the UK innovation economy.

Congratulations to Dave Brittain winner of the Male Agent of Change Award

Amazon’s diversity and inclusion champion, Dave Brittain, has won one of the retail sector’s most prestigious diversity awards.

In conversation with Dame Athene Donald: Driving gender equality in the workplace

Dame Athene Donald, Professor of Experimental Physics and Master of Churchill College at the University of Cambridge, kicked off a new season of the external speaker series at the Amazon Development Centre in Cambridge this week.

Recognising those campaigning for LGBT+ rights at home and abroad

This year we are sponsoring the Pink News Awards Third Sector Equality Award, which celebrates the contributions of community groups campaigning for LGBT+ equality around the world.

Our new transgender employee guidelines aim to boost diversity, support and inclusion across the UK business

New guidelines include best practice on issues such as the correct use of names and pronouns and restroom accessibility, were created with Amazon employees from across the company with the aim of supporting transgender staff and their allies.

Scotland Women in Technology Awards is now open for nominations

For the second year running, we are delighted to be headline supporters of the Scotland Women in Technology to recognise tech talent across the country.
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