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Consultancy specialising in Equality, Diversity and Hate Crime

Project Equall uses training, one on one consultancy, and public speaking to educate and empower around prejudice and discrimination. Additional services include support relating to alcohol, alcohol abuse, alcoholism and accompanying mental health.

The Project was brought together by equality expert, Kieron Brady. Kieron became a huge voice in the equality & diversity sector, before creating the Project Equall E-Learning Course before the all encompassing, Project Equall!

Ready to support and create change? Get involved, get informed and join the Project.

E-Learning What We Do

Our Work

Project Equall has delivered hundreds of training days, motivational talks, training sessions and speeches on the issues of racism, homophobia, LGBT rights, identity, equality, diversity and hate crime.

The work was then embodied in the ACAS reviewed, Equality and Diversity e-learning course, nominated as ‘Best Diversity Resource’ in the 2015 UK-wide Excellence in Diversity Awards.

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Join The Project

Project Equall is here to educate and empower. Whether you need support for yourself, a friend or a colleague, we’d love to hear from you. Or, maybe you have your own story that you’d like to share?

Ready to join the Project? Get in touch to arrange for the Project to come out to your business or event.

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