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DE&I TV News is an independent media organisation exploring subjects relating to diversity, equity and inclusion, focusing on racism and racial discrimination in the UK. Our goal is a simple one: to give voice to critical issues that you’re unlikely to hear elsewhere.

Programmes

The Impact of Institutional Racism (Pilot)

This pilot show investigates the impact of institutional racism. In it, Nina interviews Obi Mann (38), who works in a large office in London. He is in the show to discuss the impact that institutional racism has had on his career and prospects, speaking about his current and past experiences in terms of employment, training and progression opportunities, as well as his experiences of the education and the criminal justice systems.

DE&I TV News Business Correspondent, Ishani Chakrabarti, is on hand to discuss the business case for embracing diversity in the workplace.

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Nina Lorde

Nina Lorde is one of the country’s top journalists and TV presenters.


Joined DE&I TV News: 2022


Nina regularly presents Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) TV News, and co-hosts More Than Just a BAME. She has been a journalist at DE&I TV since 2022. Nina began her career as an idea sketched out among a group of colleagues at onEvidence Ltd and the Global Race Centre for Equality at the University of Central Lancashire. She soon became the first animated Black woman news reporter on current affairs at DE&I TV.

Her other presenting credits include: BAME and Fortune and The Empire Strikes Black.

Nina also headed the high-profile investigation into institutional racism, including an exclusive interview with Obi Mann with unprecedented access to his experiences in terms of career and progression prospects.

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Commission your own DE&I TV News programme with Nina Lorde

Specialising in subjects related to diversity, equity and inclusion, she is available for special projects covering topics such as race and racism, crime and justice, mental health and health inequalities, ethnicity pay and progression gap, higher education degree award gap, poverty and homelessness, and other issues disproportionately affecting Black and minority ethnic people in the UK. 

Are you a researcher? You may wish to commission Nina and her team to present your research findings and/or recommendations in a novel and impactful way.

Or, you might be a charity, a training provider, or HR department; Nina would be happy to work with you to bring your important message to life and to reach a wider audience.

DE&I TV News are all about IMPACT!

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DE&I TV News is a trading name of onEvidence Ltd, registered in England & Wales, company number 12668322. onEvidence Ltd provides independent research services, evidence-based training and consulting.

The story, all names, characters, and incidents portrayed in this production are fictitious. No identification with actual persons (living or deceased), businesses, places, buildings, and products is intended or should be inferred.

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Produced and directed by Paul Morris, onEvidence. Funded by Global Race Centre for Equality (GRACE), University of Central Lancashire

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