Oneworld has been shortlisted for the Alison Morrison Diversity Award at the IPG Awards 2021.

Commenting on the lists this year, IPG c.e.o. Bridget Shine said: “It was an exceptionally challenging year for us all in 2020, so we are thrilled to be celebrating the outstanding success of so many superb independent publishers and people. They have all performed brilliantly during the pandemic, showing all the extraordinary resilience, flexibility and commercial success of our sector. After more than a year and a half of remote working and virtual events, it will be even more exciting than usual to celebrate IPG members’ successes in person in September.”

About Oneworld's shortlisting, the judges said "Oneworld won this Award in 2017, and extended its track record of richly diverse publishing in 2020, backed up with excellent marketing, publicity and community outreach work. It continued partnerships with Spread the Word and Creative Access and audited its publishing and employment strategy. “Diversity’s in the DNA there… its publishing is truly global and you can see it’s thinking hard about the culture of the company as well,”.

The winners of all the awards will be revealed at a lunch on 21st September at the Oxo Tower Brasserie in London.

Find out more about the full shortlists at the IPG Awards here