Nottingham City Council shortlisted for PinkNews equality award

Posted 30.10.2020

Equality underpins every variance of Building Better Opportunities across the land.  The D2N2 Stakeholder Managers are proud to work alongside one of the PinkNews Public Sector shortlisted organisations for equality: Nottingham City Council.

PinkNews is a UK-based online newspaper marketed to the LGBT+ community in the UK and worldwide.

Nottingham City Council has been shortlisted for a PinkNews Award in the Public Sector Equality category after being recognised for its work on the equality agenda.

You can vote for your favourite in the Broadcast or Documentary, Film, Influencer, Television, Politician and Advertising Campaign categories, before 3rd of November, on the PinkNews website.

The PinkNews Awards will honour the 2020 heroes, and celebrate moments of unprecedented LGBT+ representation as well as PinkNews’ 15th birthday. Join your favourite celebrities, politicians, activists and influencers in celebration of the LGBT+ community!

The winners will be published on the website and on social media between 2nd — 4th December.

VISIT THE PINKNEWS WEBSITE for more information and to vote

 

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