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22 March 2024 | County Hall, London

The 2024 London Workplace Conference

Everything You Need to Know About LGBTQ+ Workplace Inclusion, All in One Place.

Best Practice

Learn and share the latest best practice in expert-led, interactive workshops.

Action Planning

Build practical action plans tailored to your context, empowering you and your team to drive change.


Network with like-minded professionals from a range of sectors.

For over a decade, Stonewall's Workplace Conference has been Europe’s leading event for LGBTQ+ inclusion.

Join us on Friday 22 March 2024, 09.30-16.30, at etc. Venues London County Hall, for a day of interactive workshops, inspiring speakers and networking opportunities.

We’ll have a dedicated networking zone full of stalls from Stonewall and other LGBTQ+ organisations. It’ll be a space where you can make connections with hundreds of professionals from public, private and third-sector organisations. 

An incredible event - I felt reinvigorated and ready for more activism.

Delegate, 2022

The event was fantastic. It was great meeting and hearing from so many interesting people.

Delegate, 2022

This event supports your whole team to play their part in creating an inclusive workplace.

The conference brings together a range of speakers and organisations from the UK and around the world, meaning that, wherever you are on your LGBTQ+ inclusion journey, you’ll find valuable insights and connections.

Content is tailored to support those who play key roles in driving LGBTQ+ inclusion at work. Members of LGBTQ+ network or resource groups, HR and EDI professionals, and senior champions, will gain practical knowledge to apply in their context.


Discounts are available for members of the Stonewall Diversity Champions Programme.

If you have any questions, please email Read our cancellation policy for this event.

Please note that, while we welcome delegates from around the world, your employer is responsible for arranging any visas you might need for travel.


At Stonewall, we believe that all attendees should be able to fully participate in our events and feel comfortable doing so.

We are taking measures and efforts to ensure that we organise events that are accessible to all. Read our full access statement for this event.