Creative Equals’ new initiative looks to get women get back into work

Ali Hanan’s organisation has been given a £65,000 grant by the government to run a two-week programme in Manchester and London that will help place women who have taken career gaps into new creative roles

Ali Hanan founded Creative Equals in 2015 with a mission to tackle the gender imbalance in creative departments at agencies across the UK.

One of CR’s Creative Leaders last year, Hanan’s latest initiative under the Creative Equals brand is a government-backed ‘Returners’ programme for women looking to get back into work after a career break.

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