Every 4 years, public bodies subject to these duties are also required to publish equality objectives. But those negative experiences have made me passionate and committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. This year, we have taken a little additional time, to publish our equality objectives and our equality information as part of a more comprehensive report than in previous years.
Diversity is something that applies to everyone, and should be part of everything we do. We seek to ensure the elimination of discrimination, harassment and victimisation in relation to the protected characteristics identified in the Act.
Though when I joined the group back inmy knowledge was very limited and I felt out of my depth with people talking about impact assessments, benchmarking, reports and strategies. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion is not just about ensuring representative numbers.
At the age of 17 years old, I wondered how I was going to prove myself. Using my knowledge and doing what I believe is right has helped me to input into how our organisation deliver services for our residents and staff.
Part-time, temporary and shift workers may not have access to training or opportunities to progress at work. As I started my career the fear of being labelled different due to my race remained.
So I learned to stand up and ensure I can make a difference by ensuring inclusion was for all students across the school. Shift workers are least likely to participate in learning in colleges because of working patterns, or to be offered training by their employer. We all breathe the same air.
This was presented to the headmaster, who was not happy with changing the venue. Find out more about our Equality Committee here. Using my knowledge and doing what I believe is right has helped me to input into how our organisation deliver services for our residents and staff.
Advocacy[ edit ] According to Andrew Fenton and Tim Krahn, proponents of neurodiversity strive to reconceptualize autism and related conditions in society by the following measures: Autism rights movement The autism rights movement ARM is a social movement within the neurodiversity movement that encourages autistic people, their caregivers and society to adopt a position of neurodiversity, accepting autism as a variation in functioning rather than a mental disorder to be cured.
It is an important part of our work and not just a side issue. News Autumn adult learning courses — NEW Bigger Day-time Programme We have a great choice of day and evening courses in many different exciting subjects enabling adults to learn and have fun with like minded people, whilst being taught by tutors who love their subjects and are experts in their field!European Commission - Policies, information and services.
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Diversity is a fundamental value of the association and its members, and one of ALA's Key Action Areas. The Office for Diversity, Literacy and Outreach Services drives activities around three professional issues which collectively support equity and inclusion as fundamental values of the association.
Relationships and major initiatives undertaken by the Office across these three issues help. The Civil Service's diversity and inclusion policies and how equality and diversity are monitored.
Inclusion, Equality and Diversity Policy We take great care to provide a secure and accessible environment in which all our children can flourish and in. Home; About NHS England; Equality, diversity and health inequalities; Equality, diversity and health inequalities.
Each year public bodies, subject to section of the Equality Act and the specific equality duties, are required to publish equality information.Download