EventDescriptionDate – Location
SHRM INCLUSIONSHRM INCLUSION is the premier event for diversity, equity, and inclusion professionals. It provides strategies, insights, and networking to foster inclusive workplaces.
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Nov 4-7, 2024
Denver, CO, USA
National Diversity & Leadership ConferenceNational Diversity & Leadership Conference gathers leaders to explore diversity and leadership strategies, offering insights, networking, and best practices to drive inclusion.Apr 8-10, 2025
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Workhuman LiveWorkhuman Live gathers HR professionals to explore innovative strategies, insights, and networking opportunities to create more human workplaces.
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May 12-15, 2025
Denver, CO, USA
Diversity in Organizations, Communities & NationsDiversity in Organizations, Communities & Nations conference addresses diversity challenges, promoting inclusive practices across various sectors.
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Jun 11-13, 2025
Nicosia, Cyprus

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What topics are typically covered at DEI conferences?

DEI conferences delve into strategies for fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in workplaces and communities. These gatherings focus on understanding systemic inequalities, developing inclusive workplace cultures, and implementing equitable hiring practices. Sessions also cover allyship, unconscious bias training, and the importance of accessibility. Leaders share case studies on successful DEI initiatives and explore new research on the benefits of diverse teams.

What is the most prestigious DEI conference?

The Forum on Workplace Inclusion is considered one of the most prestigious DEI conferences. Known for attracting thought leaders and changemakers from various sectors, the conference offers a comprehensive program featuring practical workshops, inspiring keynotes, and in-depth panels. Participants learn from global experts about innovative DEI strategies and gain tools to implement meaningful changes in their organizations.

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