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Diversity and inclusion are the most important topics of the 21st century, and it is not hard to see why. The “cookie-cutter” image of a successful businessperson is a thing of the past – now, organisations are expected to build diverse and inclusive teams. With their first-hand experience of discrimination, our speakers are regularly booked to increase understanding and acceptance in the workplace, schools and on social platforms. Educate your workforce and book with the UK’s #1 place for all things diversity and inclusion.

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Featured Diversity & Inclusion Speakers

Ian McKellen

Legendary Actor Who Played Gandalf in Lord of the Rings and Hobbit, Passionate LGBT+ Rights Campaigner


MOBO Award Winning Rapper, Named in the 100 Most Influential Black Britons

Katie Piper

Acid Attack Survivor, Author of Best Selling Book 'Beautiful' & Founder of The Katie Piper Foundation

JJ Chalmers

Former Royal Marine Lance Corporal & Gold Winning Invictus Games Competitor

Jordan Stephens

One Half of Rizzle Kicks & Co-Founder of #IAMWHOLE Mental Health Campaign

Germaine Greer

Author of The Female Eunuch & Influential Second Wave Feminist

How do I hire a diversity and inclusion speaker?

With The Diversity & Inclusion Speakers Agency, hiring a speaker could not be easier. Our team are on hand to source and book a leading professional on your behalf. We manage every element of the process, from travel arrangements to invoices and contracts. Simply contact us either by phone or our online contact form, discuss your requirements, then sit back as our agents manage the booking from start to the big day of your event.

How much does a diversity and inclusion speaker cost to book?

As with all public speakers, the cost to hire depends on your requirements and their preferences. For example, a 40-minute long keynote speech may cost significantly more than a shorter after dinner speech. Due to such variations, the easiest way to source a speaker within your budget is to contact The Diversity and Inclusion Speakers Agency. Our team will source a diverse selection of speakers suited to your budget, allowing you to simply pick your favourite.

Who are the best speakers for 2021?

Diversity and inclusion speakers are some of the best in the business. They combine personal anecdotes with actionable advice to produce a comprehensive speech, which serves to educate audiences. The topic of diversity and inclusion has grown in popularity over recent years, and our speakers continue to be more in demand than ever. Contact our team to secure a leading expert for your event.

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Workplace Diversity & Inclusion Is Important.

Whether it be gender, age, ability, race, religion or sexuality, our differences are what make us stronger. Including an increased revenue of 19%, the benefits of a diverse team are endless, as each person provides a new, unique perspective, which drives innovation. Our speakers do not just present arguments for diversity, they also supply valuable techniques to increase inclusion, and nurture a more welcoming workplace.

Key Dates For 2021

Determined to improve the representation of strong female role models, International Women’s Day is one of the most important events in the inclusivity calendar. It is celebrated on the 8th of March, and forges a gender-equal world with the help of equality campaigners and speakers. International Women’s Day events lead to increased awareness of sexism, especially in the workplace.  

World Autism Awareness Week recognises the power of neurodiversity and the importance of catering to all learning styles. Dedicated to normalising the common developmental condition, the event destigmatises autism through education and accurate representation. Businesses regularly book neurodiversity speakers for World Autism Awareness Week events, as their insight increases awareness in attendees.

LGBTQ+ Pride Month takes place from the 1st to the 30th of June, to remember the defining impact of the Stonewall Riots, which took place in 1969. Each year, corporate events are organised to recognise the occasion, supported by LGBT+ speakers who regularly inspire inclusivity among attendees. For workplace teams, such an impact sparks inspiring change.   

Taking place from the 27th of September to the 3rd of October, National Inclusion Week celebrates “everyday inclusion in all of its forms”. Businesses and organisations annually organise events to recognise this important week, educating attendees with guidance on diversity, team spirit, and communication. Our inspiring speakers are the perfect additions to such events.  

Recognised on the first Friday of October every year, National Diversity Day was launched in 2005 to promote inclusivity among different races, genders, sexualities, abilities and ages. Events that honour this important day have a resounding impact on attendees, as their message of acceptance transforms audience perceptions, leading to improved inclusivity. 

From the 1st to the 31st of October, Black History Month highlights the historic achievements made by Black activists that have defined society today. The month focuses on education as a vehicle for equality, believing that a shared understanding of racism’s impact will lead to increased inclusion. Our racial equality speakers are the perfect additions to Black History Month events as their insight leaves a transformative impact on audiences. 

Celebrated on the 10th of October, World Mental Health Day is an annual event that raises awareness for emotional wellbeing issues like stress and depression. From the workplace to the home, the World Health Organisation is committed to increasing the support available for sufferers, by destigmatising mental health. An inclusion speaker will teach attendees how to create a culture of understanding when booked for mental health-themed events.  

International Men’s Day recognises the mental health crisis among the male population, and highlights the positive role models pioneering an equal future for all genders. Events organised to celebrate this important day empower audiences, to promote positive communication surrounding mental wellbeing and a judgement-free environment to grow. Our inspiring male speakers are the ideal additions to International Men’s Day events.