“As far as I’m aware this was the first time the marketing community came together to address the opportunity of diversity and inclusivity, which was long overdue. The was some great content shared and a strong balance of presenters and discussion. I’d attend again next year.”
“The first conference I’ve been to which covered more than one area of the inclusion and diversity landscape. DIMA 2017 was ambitious and important. Congratulations.”
“Really bright speakers and attendees, making for a vibrant exchange of ideas on inclusivity in the workplace and in life more broadly – looking forward to attending again next year!”
” The first DIMA Summit was full of new content, great speakers, and high-level participants. I look forward to seeing this event grow and expand in the coming years.”
“The DIMA summit was the most inspiring event I have been to in my career. The speakers who presented over the 2 day event were incredibly savvy which provided me with some serious food for thought on my own outlook on diversity and inclusivity both personally and in a professional surrounding. We can all learn from an event like this and won’t stop learning until this type of event becomes a thing of the past.”
A percentage of event sponsorships and delegate bookings from all of our 2017 summits, to UNHCR (The UN Refugee Agency), given the life changing work they do globally.
With 65 million people under their mandate, UNHCR helps victims of conflict and disaster, rebuilds communities devastated by war and provides life-saving assistance to those fleeing violence and persecution.Their work aims to reinstate dignity in the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in the world.
The presence of UNHCR is felt by refugees from the moment they flee until the time that they either return home or are resettled to a third country. Beyond the emergency they assist refugees to become self-reliant. Those forced to leave home may have few material belongings but they bring with them highly valuable knowledge, skills and experience, which can benefit both displaced and host communities. Today, over 50 UNHCR field operations run livelihoods projects, offering training, supporting micro-enterprises and other related activities.