While this strategy is founded on extensive consultations with Nesta staff, partners and people with lived experience, coupled with deep analysis of the EDI evidence base, we still have much more to learn.
We will strive to be humble as we learn from the experiences of others, and be inquisitive to teach ourselves what we don’t know. We invite challenge and collaboration as we commit to the shared goal of greater equality and inclusion. We will not get it right every time, but we commit to sharing our progress, our learnings and our failings with the hope of helping to uplift and propel the EDI movement in the UK and beyond.
Get in touch
If anything in this document has sparked an idea or provoked a response, we’d love to hear from you. To find out more about our EDI work, please email [email protected]
This work is made possible by a committed group of Nesta staff and Trustees
Caroline Pradier, Esther Flanagan, Khyati Modgil, Aisha Lysejko, Eszter Czibor, Charlotte Reypens, Stef Garasto, Bhavik Doshi, Chris Norris, Sally Zlotowitz, Charli Dickenson, Shae Harmon, Matt Stokes, Sonia Foday, Ksenia Zheltoukova, Moria Sloan, Imran Khan and Joanna Killian