BOOK NOW for DMAW18 at LCC 23rd – 27th April 2018!

We’re excited to host the first DMAW18 for London College of Communication 23rd – 27th April 2018 – join us!

DMAW18@LCC timetable

Partners of DMAW18 at London College of Communication include HueTribe, Arts SU, Diversity Studio, Let’s do Lunch Network, DoGoodFilms and our press partner, national Newspaper The Voice.


MON 23rd Apr 2018

12.30pm – 3.30pm

#DMAW18 at LCC: From Activist to Founder Launch lunch

DMAW at LCC Activist to Founder1

TUES 24th April

DMAW18 at LCC: Liberate My Curriculum Day

DMAW18 at LCC Liberate DAY

WEDS 25 Apr 2018

#DMAW18 at LCC: Dyslexia, Self-care and Inclusive Cultures


5.30pm – 8.30pm

DMAW@LCC: The Black British Blogosphere


THURS 26th April

6pm – 8.30pm

The ‘Other’ British: Creating Diverse Narratives

Thursday 26th April

FRI 27th April

12.30pm – 2.30pm



5.30pm – 8.30pm 

Then, Now and the 2020 vision for LCC: UAL Alumni & Student Presentations

LCC Diversity Matters Awareness Week (1)

FREE to all UAL students and staff. Open to guests (booking essential)


To request a press release please email Kai


Want to get involved in our next event?

We would like to partner with companies interested in promoting diversity or with diversity focused CSR agendas. Please email to find out how Diversity Matters could help you!

If you’re a creative wanting to contribute your skills or enhance your portfolio, DMAW18 events will offer lots of creative opportunities from branding to social media marketing! We’re on the look out for:

  • Designers
  • Illustrators
  • Animators
  • Photographers
  • Videographers
  • Web designers
  • Product designers
  • Writers and bloggers
  • Social media enthusiasts

– Anyone interested in being part of this amazing campaign – please reach out!

Email with links to your portfolio (if applicable), ideas/mock ups of LCC DMAW18 branding merchandise you can produce.

Open call for Speakers for our next event

We are currently curating content and looking for speakers – particularly those from BAME (Black, Asian and minority ethnic) backgrounds – on the following topics (particularly suitable for Creative industry, Business/Finance and Tech):

  •  Inclusive Leadership
  •  Branding Yourself
  • Representation Matters
  • Employability Skills for young creatives
  • Allyship
  • Mental Health / wellbeing / Inclusive working/learning space for people with disabilities
  • A diversity topic of your choice.

PLEASE email with a brief proposal of content or a showreel. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Our other DMAW/D events include

 Diversity Matters Awareness Day at ThoughtWorks (London and Manchester office, May 2018)

– London’s Biggest Diversity Matters Awareness Day (June 2018)

– The UK’s Biggest Diversity Matters Awareness Day (Sept/Oct 2018)

For any partnership enquiries including complimentary products in kind for our goodie bag, sponsored talks or workshop sessions, or if can offer a venue to hold an event please email

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