European Diversity Awards shortlist

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Get an exclusive look at this year's European Diversity Awards nominees

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The first European Diversity Awards will be announced this September, recognising and celebrating the efforts of individuals, organisations, employers and the media to improve the life of the diverse communities of people that live in Europe. Time Out has gained exclusive access to the list of nominees, which include our Gay & Lesbian editor Paul Burston, who has been shortlisted for the Cast Media Group Journalist of the year award. Take a look at the full shortlist and give us your reaction in the comment box below.

Icon Events International Politician of the Year

Recognising the outstanding contribution of politicians in the field of equality, diversity and inclusion, the award is open to politicians from governments across Europe as well as members of the European Parliament.

  • Lord Waheed Alli (UK)
  • Operation Black Vote - BME education
  • Matteo Renzi (Italy)
  • Jean-François Copé (France)
  • Councillor Sanchia Alasia

Abercrombie & Fitch Diversity Champion of the Year

Recognising the outstanding work of individuals who have championed equality, diversity and inclusion in their organisations, this award is open to senior leaders from the corporate and public sectors from across Europe.

  • Paul Polman – Unilever
  • Patricia McCabe – Trident
  • Lars Mikkelgaard-Jensen – IBM
  • Lt Commander Mandy McBain – Royal Navy
  • Deborah Milsom – GE Capital
  • Chris Sullivan – RBS
  • Chris Dedicoat – Cisco
  • Anthony Watson – Barclays

Runnymede Trust Community Project of the Year

Recognising the outstanding contribution that community groups make to equality, diversity and inclusion, this award is open to community projects from across Europe.

  • Minority Ethnic Access Development Project
  • L&Q – The Woman in Governance
  • In-Trust Merseyside Transgender Network
  • Pop Up Festival of Stories

UnitedHealth Group Diversity Team of the Year

Recognising the outstanding contribution of teams that have delivered change in the field of equality, diversity and inclusion in their organisations, this award is open to diversity teams from the corporate and public sectors from across Europe.

  • Kulbir Shergill – Genesis Housing Association
  • Societe Generale – Diversity Committee
  • Lloyds Banking Group’s Rainbow Network
  • The Guardian – Yasir Mirza
  • London Women's Clinic
  • Lancashire United Against Hate partnership

Marketing Campaign of the Year

Recognising innovative marketing campaigns that challenge convention and understand diversity and inclusion, this award is open to television, cinema, radio, internet, event, print campaigns and other events including an element of creative marketing within Europe.

  • Metropolitan Housing Trust
  • McDonald's
  • Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • Société Générale
  • Newlon Housing Trust

Cast Media Group Journalist of the Year

Recognising the outstanding contribution of journalists in the field of equality, diversity and inclusion, the award is open to journalists in the broadcast, print and online media from across Europe.

  • Julie Bindel
  • Paul Burston
  • Frank Gardner
  • Rasa Navickaite
  • Edith Meinhart

Outstanding Employee Network Group of the Year

Recognising the outstanding contribution that employee network groups make to equality, diversity and inclusion within organisations, this award is open to network groups in all strands of diversity from  corporate and public sector employers across Europe.

  • American Express PrideUK Network
  • IBM - Eagle Employee Network Group
  • Royal Navy, Army and the Royal Air Force (combined entry) - proud2serve.net
  • Focused Women's Network at The Royal Bank of Scotland Group
  • Société Générale
  • Supplier Diversity Europe
  • The Co-operative Group - Respect
  • The Bank of America Merrill Lynch Disability Affinity Group

Campaigner of the Year

Recognising the outstanding contribution of individual campaigners to equality, diversity and inclusion, this award is open to campaigners from across Europe.

  • Barbara Lindsay, MBE, MSc HRM, MCIPD, FRSA
  • Peter Tatchell
  • Barrie Drewitt Barlow
  • Dr. Theo Gavrielides
  • Vanessa Vallely
  • Lord Waheed Alli

Société Générale Charity of the Year

This award recognises the outstanding work of charities from across Europe in the field of equality, diversity and inclusion.

  • Stonewall Equality Ltd
  • Agapedia Foundation Romania
  • EmployAbility Ltd
  • CleanBreak

Cisco Company of the Year

This award recognises companies that demonstrate a holistic and long-term commitment to equality and have delivered significant progress in creating a diverse and inclusive workplace.

  • Farnell Europe
  • IBM Corporation
  • L'Oréal
  • Vodafone Group

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and the winners are: 1) Councillor Sanchia Alasia 2) Lt Commander Mandy McBain – Royal Navy 3) Minority Ethnic Access Development Project 4) Societe Generale – Diversity Committee 5) Newlon Housing Trust 6) Julie Bindel 7) Royal Navy, Army and the Royal Air Force (combined entry) - proud2serve.net 8)Barrie Drewitt Barlow 9)Stonewall Equality Ltd 10) L'Oréal