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Our Vision

To ensure that those often relegated to the outskirts of
society are better understood and included on every
level when decisions are made about them.

To have services that are designed for them by practitioners from all sectors and law enforcers.

How it all began

Started five years ago by Del Beach-Campbell who has over twenty years experience developing and delivering  bespoke training packages who recognised that the communities he worked with were often misunderstood and underserved by those who sought to reach out to them.

 

Over the past five years, Del has worked to develop the training packages further. Collaborating with  those with lived experience, Del ensures that all the courses are comprehensive, informed, cohesive and aimed at reducing harm and tackling stigma. Del is the 2022 recipient for Ally of The Year at the Sexual Freedom Awards in recognition of the work he has done so far.

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About Del

Del Beach-Campbell founded Delversity several years ago after noticing a gap in training provision for some of the most stigmatised in our society. He has worked in several sectors for more than two decades, most extensively LGBTQ+, people living with HIV, sex workers, drug users, migrants and people at risk of homelessness or poor mental health.

Del is a masterful bridge builder, crafting connections between these diverse communities and projects built to support them, exploring the issues they might encounter and the barriers they may face accessing services.


Organisations worked with most recently include the NHS, the National Police Chief Council (NPCC), Probation, Social Services and the Charity sector.

 

In the last few years Del has supported many charities in designing their policies, developing bespoke training packages, and delivering to a range of participants from management to frontline staff.


Especially skilled in client inclusion, Del ensures 'experts by experience' are brought to table and are consulted on every level of the journey.
Del has also written or contributed towards articles in many publications including The Metro, The New Statesman and The Times. He has also contributed to academic papers including the largest study of online sex workers: Beyond The Gaze. In 2020 Del wrote the safeguarding policies for the award winning trans project CliniQ.

 

But Del’s writing doesn’t stop at the page - he has written for the theatre - and his first play was performed for three weeks at The White Bear Theatre.

 

Del is also the Chair of the influential campaigning charity and pressure group The Josephine Butler Society which advocates for the safety of all sex workers.

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