“The Trust practices the standards that it preaches, making equality of opportunity a reality for individuals like myself who would otherwise be unable to pursue a career in the NGO sector.” Fatima Adhash, MENA Region Research Fellow
It’s not just our interns and fellows who benefit but we do too! The talented individuals who work with us support us at crucial times across a range of activities. To continue this initiative, we need your help!
***Support the Fund!***
We are delighted that this year the annual employment and discrimination law conference, The 22 QCs on the hot employment law issues for 2016-17, are supporting the Fund. For every booking made, the event organiser, Michael Rubenstein Publishing will donate £25 to the Fund. Click here to find out more.
More on the Fund
The Fund has a particularly special meaning to us. It has been set it up in the memory of our former Chair (2007-2014) and Honorary President (2014-2015, Professor Sir Bob Hepple QC, who was a leading equality lawyer. His achievements included his key role in the anti-apartheid movement in his native South Africa and his impact on equality legislation in the UK and worldwide.
"The Fund is an excellent contribution to Bob's memory. It gives people at the start of their career a step up, and furthers Bob’s vision about transformative equality and equal rights of all.” Mary Coussey, widow of Bob Hepple.