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An industry-driven initiative for diversity and inclusion

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Industry tools

In 2017, we launched All-In Diversity Project to create the tools for the global industry in order to progress in terms of Diversity, Inclusion and Workplace Equality.

We created a standard Index – the All-index – the definitive benchmarking tool for the gambling industry to measure progress towards inclusion in the workplace. 

We offer the tools to operators and suppliers in order to progress in terms of D&I and to be a better overall industry in terms of our image, our products and our people.

It’s time to understand where we are as an industry, where we want to go and decide how to get there.

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All-In Diversity Project launches Membership and Mentorship Programmes

By |November 7th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , |

Corporate and individual memberships offered as part of organisation’s on-going efforts to progress diversity, inclusion and workplace equality across the industry   London: 07 November 2019 – The All-In [...]

The All-in Diversity Project and Gaming Intelligence sign strategic partnership

By |September 24th, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: |

The All-in Diversity Project (AiDP) kicks-off National Inclusion Week with the signing of a strategic partnership with Gaming Intelligence Services, the publisher of GamingIntelligence.com, Gaming Intelligence Quarterly (GIQ magazine) [...]

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All-In Diversity Project is a not-for-profit led by the industry itself. It’s funded and supported by those industry operators, suppliers, educational institutions, regulators and associations that believe in creating a more inclusive sector. Who’s in?

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