Stonewall Workplace Conference 2015


Britain's leading conference on lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans equality and inclusion in the workplace

Friday 17 April 2015, QEII Conference Centre, London


You can contact to be put on the reserve list. The second conference in Leeds on Friday 11 September will shortly be open for booking.

The annual flagship Stonewall Workplace Conference is the must-attend event for everyone involved in the delivery of workplace equality, diversity and inclusion. It brings together hundreds of organisations such as Barnardo's, the British Transport Police, EY, the Royal Navy and Vodafone to share the latest innovative thinking.  

We’re delighted to announce four exceptional keynote speakers – Lord John Browne, Executive Chairman of L1 Energy and author of The Glass Closet: Why Coming Out is Good Business, Benny Higgins, CEO at Tesco Bank, Ayla Holdom, Flight Lieutenant for the RAF and Steve Varley, Chairman and Managing Partner UK & Ireland at EY.

Stonewall Diversity Champion delegate rate: £265 + VAT
Standard delegate rate: £365+VAT

Cancellation Policy

Watch our conference film below to catch a glimpse of last year’s highlights

Workplace film

You can also watch some short videos from delegates from the 2014 London conference,below:

Lucy Malarkey,
Yvonne Coghill,
NHS Leadership Academy
Lucy Malarkey Yvonne Coghill  


Nicholas Creswell,
Thomson Reuters
Ruth Hunt,
Nicholas Creswell   Ruth Hunt  


Mandy McBain,
Huma Qazi
Mandy McBain   Huma Qazi  


Vignesh Ashok,
Katie Cornhill,
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service
Vignesh Ashok   Katie Cornhill  

You can watch the inspirational keynote speeches from 2014 below:

Rt Hon Ed Davey, Liberal Democrat MP for Kingston and Surbiton and Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change 

Valerie Soranno Keating, Chief Executive Officer, Barclaycard

Peter Lewis, Chief Executive, Crown Prosecution Service

Ruth Hunt, Acting Chief Executive, Stonewall 

Side star


Friday 17 April 2015
Queen Elizabeth II
Conference Centre
London, SW1P 3EE


'People perform better when
they can be themselves'



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