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Improving diversity across the profession

ICAEW are supporting diversity within the accountancy profession. Here we show you how this is happening.

New Gen Accountants

New Gen Accountants

New Gen Accountants (NGA) are committed to providing individuals from underrepresented backgrounds with the knowledge needed to pursue a career in accountancy.

They were launched in November 2018 when a group of forward-thinking accountants were passionate about ensuring the accountancy profession accurately reflected the society we live in; including all races, classes and backgrounds.

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Diversity Champions

The diversity champion is an ACA student or a recently qualified member. They are part of a network of 10 other regional champions actively involved in promoting diversity amongst schools, colleges/universities and other ICAEW regional networking events. 

Diversity champions have a shared passion in improving the diversity of the profession, raising awareness of diversity issues to members in their region and representing ICAEW’s Diversity Advisory Group.

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ICAEW Communities

Diversity - ICAEW Communities

ICAEW Communities provide the most up-to-date information, insights and networking opportunities for our students and members on topics they’re interested in.

Our communities cover a range of industry sectors and professional specialisms, including Forensics, Healthcare, Women in Finance, Diversity and Data Analytics.*

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Together Community

Together is ICAEW’s inclusive community focused on lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* (LGBT) issues.

Our mission is to create an open, progressive and informed working environment to support ICAEW's employees and stakeholders.

Together we can ensure that everyone has the freedom to be themselves at work regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

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