London Business School, the Student Association and Diversity clubs are hosting the third Speak Out Week, dedicated to addressing the serious issues of harassment and bullying within our community. We encourage you to participate, learn, share and support each other.

Speak Out Week 2024 - Echoes of Equality

4 April 2024 | 18:45-20:45

Speak Out Sundowners

Join us at Sundowners for a night of awareness, understanding, and (of course) fun to honour LBS's stance against bullying and harassment. We request that everyone wear blue in commemoration of SA's Blue Shirt Day to show your support against bullying and harassment.

8 April 2024 | 11:15-12:30

Fireside Chat with Stuart Love, Chief Executive of Westminster City Council

Explore how leadership can create inclusive communities, focusing on initiatives that have narrowed pay gaps and diversified representation, demonstrating a holistic approach to safer, more inclusive spaces. Learn how these strategies could transform LBS to foster financial inclusivity and address bullying and harassment.

Register here.

9 April 2024 | 11:15-12:30

Every Voice Counts

Join us for a dynamic 2-part workshop during Speak Out Week. This event is divided into two empowering sessions to foster a more inclusive LBS community - use your voice, and others will echo!

Part 1: Use Your Voice to Navigate Microaggressions with WiB

Part 2: Use Your Voice to Make LBS More Financially Inclusive with FLII

Register here

10 April 2024 | 18:45-20:00

The Great Debate

Come and support your friends' debate and challenge your pre-conceived notions on key topics across gender, race, and sexuality at this year's Great Debate!

OiB, BiB, and WiB are hosting this debate to speak out about topics that could affect you in school, in the workplace, and in life. The debates will cover two topics over dinner and drinks.

Register here

What does Echoes of Equality mean?

We want it to symbolize the interconnectedness of the community and the collective voice amplifying the message that bullying and harassment have no place at LBS. If we see this happening, we will speak up against it and stop it!

Trigger Warning

The events and content during Speak Out LBS may trigger past traumas. We encourage people to educate themselves but to be mindful of the impact on their mental health. There are a plethora of resources available through Wellbeing services.


LBS' new Bullying and Harassment Policy, Belong and Thrive Statement, and Trans Equality Policy


To report any incidents please use the safe reporting tool or call 0800 915 1571


Wellbeing services have a plethora of tools which can be found on their canvas page or by emailing