At Great British Speakers, we’re here to help make your event a success. Using our awareness days calendar, you can easily plan ahead to ensure you secure the best speaker for your day.
Our corporate events calendar is also here to provide you with inspiration on ways you can help motivate your audience and/or employees this year.
Some of the biggest events on the Awareness Days calendar include International Women’s Day (March 8th) and Black History Month (October) – both of which have become pivotal events for raising awareness of equality, inclusion and diversity concerns within society, and within the workplace more specifically.
We also focus on the importance of Mental Health, with World Mental Health Day (10th October) and Mental Health Awareness Week (15th-21st May), as well as International Men’s Day (November 19th), which is a powerful reminder for men to take care of their own health and mental wellbeing.
We know, however, that there are many more important awareness days than those we’ve listed, and will continue to update our events calendar as often as possible to provide you with the latest events news and best topical speakers on the circuit. But no matter the event or occasion, our expert motivational and keynote speakers are here with key takeaways to ensure your event is one to remember.
So if you’re running an event this year and would like to book a speaker for the occasion, get in touch with our team at Great British Speakers.
Call (0044) 01753 439289
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Disability History Month runs from the middle of November to the middle of December every year and covers other awareness days such as COPD Awareness Month, Anti-Bullying Week and International Day of People with Disabilities.
Since starting in 2010, Disability History Month has covered a range of topics including mental health and wellbeing, relationships and sex, hidden disabilities, independence and inclusion, but it’s one of it’s main aims is to provide equality for disabled people in the workplace.
The important thing to remember is that disability equality is a responsibility for all and not just for those living with a disability.
It’s the sad truth that many people with disabilities still face prejudice in a world made for able-bodied people, and are therefore often overlooked. That’s where our inspirational disability speakers come in.
With more and more businesses wanting to adapt and be more inclusive to their disabled employees – whether that’s a disabled toilet, wheelchair-friendly access or being allowed guide-dogs – our speakers can provide you with a better understanding and better opportunities for yourself and your disabled staff.
From Paralympic basketball player to popular TV presenter and author, Ade Adepitan is one of our most popular speakers on disability and inclusion. He works extensively in the UK, educating schools, charities and businesses about disability rights, inclusion, equality and discrimination. Ade is an inspirational speaker and was recognised in 2020’s Powerlist of the 100 Most Influential Black British People.
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We are fortunate enough to work with a number of inspirational disabled speakers including Steve Brown, Amar Latif, Michael McGrath, Liz Johnson and Stef Reid, to name but a few. If you’re looking to hold an event for Disability History Month or just want to educate your colleagues, contact Great British Speakers’ Jane Farnham and Steve Denison at +44 1753 439 289 or email email@example.com
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