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Hearst UK

We are looking for new members to join The Hearst Panel, an online community for the people who love our magazines, follow our social channels, or read our trusted online content.

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By Neve Trinder, Diversity and Belonging (D&B) Coordinator at Hearst UKI’m Neve Trinder, Diversity and Belonging (D&B)
Coordinator at Hearst UK and Chair of our brand-new internal ERG, Allied UK, a
network focused on codifying self-education as a core practice in allyship. I’ve been an ally to the LGBTQ+ community since long before
I was aware t...

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In this week’s Meet & Greet interview, myGwork member & Hearst UK’s Chief Commercial Operations Director Gianluca Ena shares the importance of LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace, and maintaining a work-life balance given the rise in home and hybrid working arrangements. He also provides a glimpse into how he balances his work life...

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In this week’s Meet & Greet interview, myGwork member Steven Miles shares why we need to see more positive queer characters leading their lives above and beyond their sexuality in the media from soaps to adverts. He talks about his career journey to date in the media industry, and the importance of LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace. H...

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Last week, Hearst UK celebrated Pride. As an LGBTQIA+ ally
myself, I felt a responsibility on behalf of Hearst UK to make sure that our
company is strongly involved in all of the Pride-related celebrations and
activities. As a media brand, we talk a lot about identity, mental health and
sexuality in most of our publications. The reason for orga...

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Hearst Pride UK kicked off the Pride celebrations at House of Hearst with an AMAZING (& colourful) show of support for our LGBTQIA+ colleagues and allies. 🏳️‍🌈Special thank you to Drag artist and DJ, J V S T T I N A for bringing the bops (and some entertaining lip-synchs!), ⭐️ Marcio Abraao ⭐️ for the rainbow-inspired glittery make-up...

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marks LGBTQ+ History Month across the UK and 2022 is even more special as it
marks the 50th anniversary of the very first Pride march in the UK in 1972.
LGBTQ+ history is incredibly important to remember, not only so that we can
learn about the discrimination of the past, but also so that we can celebrate
the progress our community ha...

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Observed from the 25th October until 31st October,
‘Ace Week’ celebrates those within the Ace community and aims to spread wider
awareness and acceptance of asexuality.

"Love does not always equal sex"WHAT IS ASEXUALITY?Asexuality is when a person does not experience sexual
attraction, which means they are not drawn to pe...

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