“Today was your best event to date. Every session was engaging, brilliant content, inspiring stories and LOADS to take back to the team. Wish I could do it again tomorrow. Thank you!”

– Sarah Ware


At RecFest, Torin Ellis told the world that if they had a voice, then they should SPEAK UP. Here at The Recruitment Events Co. our voice is our events, and our events are loud. Therefore we decided to host our first ever Diversity, Equality & Inclusion event in January – Inclusive Hiring 2020.

With a unique spin on traditional conferences, this event allowed attendees to not only hear the inspirational but also apply the practical. With world-renowned speakers delivering keynote talks, and practitioners delivering best-in-class workshops, Inclusive Hiring was set to change how our industry approaches DEI in 2020 and beyond.


What We Learnt At Inclusive Hiring

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Hiring Diverse Future Leaders With Early Talent

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5 Forces Limiting D&I Improvements In Early Talent

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How to write inclusive job adverts

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How employers are attracting, supporting and retaining talented women

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Pre-Register your interest in Inclusive.Hiring 2021

This year, Inclusive.Hiring sold out in only 3 weeks of launching. Show your interest in attending next year by filling in the form below and be the first to know when tickets are on sale!


Torin Ellis
President @ the torin ellis brand
DR J Harrison
Harbinger of Change @ Thought Works
Joanne Conway
Diversity & Inclusion Strategy Lead @ EY
Natalie Glick
Strategic Sourcing Offering Manager @ IBM
Mark Lomas
Head of diversity, Equality and Inclusion @ HS2
Yasmin Sheikh
Founder @ Diverse Matters
Morgan Lobb
CEO @ Vercida
Bill Boorman
Owner @ Tru
Lisa Baldock
D&I Leader @ DWP
DR. Annie Clements
CEO & Autism & ADHD Specialist
Theo Smith
Recruitment Manager @ NICE
Joanne Lockwood
Inclusion & Belonging Specialist @ SEE Change Happen
Dan Robertson
Director @ Vercida


Wheelchair Access

The British Library prides itself for being fully wheelchair accessible, with amenities such as lifts, ramps and accessible toilets. This includes the Knowledge Centre which is hosting the event.

The closest station is Kings Cross / St Pancras, which is largely accessible, but has small steps (0-59mm), which should be accessible for most wheelchairs. Euston is fully wheelchair accessible, with no steps, and is also very close by. 

There are seven parking bays for blue badge holders on the west side of the Library, immediately adjacent to our Ossulston Street entrance. However, please note that these spaces cannot be reserved or saved.

Visual Impairment

Service dogs are permitted in the British Library. There is a local park at Brill Place (7 minute walk) for dog walking if needed.

Quiet Area
A quiet area will be available for anyone that needs a private and quiet area to relax.

If you have any special requirements, please do let us know by contacting [email protected].

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