Seventh annual Dive In festival to call out performative allyship

Diversity and inclusion

The insurance industry’s annual diversity and inclusion festival, Dive In, will be held in September and will combine virtual and physical events, it has been confirmed.

The hybrid event marks Dive In’s seventh year, and will focus on the need to challenge performative allyship and turn good intentions into decisive actions.

Set to run between 21 and 23 September

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