Groups and Communities at Dojo
Women in Tech
A place for women in tech to provide mutual support, build a strong community, aid each other in our personal and career development, share stories and discuss any problems they face.
Pride at Dojo
Everyone is welcome to express themselves at Dojo, no matter their sexuality or gender. Our LGBTQ+ society is built on tolerance and acceptance. People are encouraged to share their experiences and hear those of others in a safe, comfortable space.
The Black Experience
This is a space where black people can be seen, heard and celebrated. It’s a respite from the statistics and stereotypes. Not to mention an opportunity to experience each other’s cultures and sample the delights of incredible African and Caribbean cuisine.
A space where everyone in the neurodivergent community can feel safe, explore ideas and raise Awareness. From dyslexia and dyspraxia to Autism and ADHD, Neurodiverse is designed to make each day a little clearer for all.
From language to food to lifestyle, Dojo Asians is a network of people who discuss anything that celebrates Asian culture. Ever wondered about the differences between traditional and simplified Chinese or what Koreans do during the bonfire festival?
Shared experiences, perspectives and interests are at the heart of Paymentsisters. From hosting events and hearing from inspiring women to tackling gender pay equality, this group is passionate about empowering women and driving change both in and out of the office.
Parents of Dojo
Getting the balance between home, work and kids is never easy. A supportive network can be
invaluable, particularly on those extra stressful days. From funny stories and embarrassing moments to top tips, you’ll find like-minded parents who have seen it all before.
Mental Health Community
A community for anyone who has been impacted by mental health - either personally or by that of a loved one. It’s a positive, supportive space to speak openly, share experiences and inspire each other - to continue normalising the conversation on mental health.
A supportive and celebrative space for Muslims at Dojo to connect and to share experiences.