The MU congratulates Claire Mooney, current North of England member who also previously formed part of the North’s Regional Committee, on her nomination for a Lifetime Achiever Award at the 2022 National Diversity Awards in association with ITV News.
You can vote for Claire by visiting the National Diversity Awards voting page.
We also previously congratulated Claire on her Mayor’s Award in December, when she was recognised for exceptional service to the City of Manchester by Mayor, Councillor Tommy Judge. Her work includes significant contributions to Women’s rights, worker’s rights and tackling homophobia and social injustice across the City.
About the National Diversity Awards
Founded in 2012, the concept of the National Diversity Awards arose when Founder, Paul Sesay and his dedicated team identified an urgent need for more positive role models to be actively promoted, with the aim to empower and inspire the wide breadth of diverse communities across the UK.
Recognising over 1,000 shortlisted nominees, with 148 diversity champions and community groups taking away the NDA accolade, the National Diversity Awards has shone a light on the work of some of the UK’s most inspirational diversity champions.
As a result, shortlisted nominees and award winners have received vital increased funding, fundamental collaborations and wider recognition for crucial services.