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The Apollo Project, in partnership with the Financial Times, runs an annual competition to seek out individuals and organisations from all sectors that are furthering the advancement of inclusive cultures in the workplace to promote meritocracy. By replicating or adapting the ground-breaking initiatives and examples of best practice from its competition winners, the Apollo Project can give other organisations the practical tools needed to help make effective cultural changes and establish meritocratic workplaces where the best talent can rise to the top.

The Apollo Project, now in its fourth run, is an initiative of the InterLaw Diversity Forum.  Each year the Financial Times publishes a global special report that highlights the Apollo Project. Apollo Project sponsors have included organisations such as General Electric, Lloyds Banking Group, RBS, Walmart, CMS, and Reed Smith.

The awards for Phase IV of the Apollo Project will be announced on Thursday, December 7th in the Financial Times in print and online.

We are currently looking for strong supporters of inclusive workplaces who would like to work with the InterLaw Diversity Forum and the Financial Times on this progressive project. Exclusive partner packages for The Apollo Project Architects of Meritocracy individual and organisational awards are now available.

For more information, please contact Daniel Winterfeldt or Dee Sekar,  or email admin@interlawdiversityforum.org.