We value diversity, promote equality and inclusivity and protect human rights and are determined to ensure that:
We are required to consider all individuals in their day to day work, in shaping policy and in providing services. This is in line with the public sector Equality Duty introduced by the Equality Act We set clear equality objectives and publish information on our efforts to achieve them.
Diversity and inclusion strategy The diversity and inclusion strategy sets out our ambitions for equality and diversity between andboth in relation to staff and in providing services to the public. This strategy ensures that, as a department, we continue to champion equality and diversity in all that we do, whether it concerns our staff or the wider public.
Read the progress report for to Equality objectives To support the Home Office business plan to cut crime, control immigration and stop terrorism - and to meet the requirements of the public sector Equality Duty - the department has devised specific equality objectives. The objectives have addressed equality issues across our functions and the services we provide.
We work with stakeholders to deal with the issues that are most pressing for the department. Employment monitoring report The employment monitoring report provides an annual update on how we are performing against the monitoring of statutory duties to our employees.
This report aims to: The award recognises the department as a workplace where women can thrive. It also recognises our wider commitment to improving diversity across the public and private sector.
Staff support networks While external benchmarks are important, we also recognise the immense value that staff support networks can add to our workplace and our public policy.
These networks provide direct support to their members through ongoing training and advice. They provide insight on the diversity of our people and run events to keep staff aware of how to respond to differing needs. As an internal resource they have been instrumental in understanding how we can better engage with our stakeholders and the communities we serve.
Our internal networks take on a critical role, keeping us focused on creating an inclusive and engaged department. This role is increasingly important in an environment where public expenditure is being reduced. We formally recognise and support the following staff support networks:Lancaster & Morecambe College is committed to the principles of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion for everyone.
The College’s existence and activities are determined by a belief in all members of the College, and a desire to ensure that they all have an equal opportunity to maximise their potential and are all equally valued and treated with respect.
DfE aims to set an example as an employer and is developing policies that make opportunity equal for children and young people. Inclusive education is concerning equality and human rights.
Inclusion is more than an understanding and a policy requirement. It is on the subject of respect and values which welcomes diversity in the classroom and a wider part of society.
The main aim of this case study is to explore the concept of equality and diversity in contemporary society, this research will concentrate on the impact of poverty upon the educational, emotional and social experiences of a child, in this case a young boy attending a mainstream school; he will be.
AIM – Diversity, Equality & Inclusion Charter. Diversity, Equality and Inclusion training and developing your inclusion policy. How to Promote Equality & Diversity in the Classroom. Louise Petty. September 1, 6 min read What is Equality and Diversity? Equality and diversity, or multiculturalism, is the idea of promoting and accepting the differences between people.
Promoting equality and diversity in education is essential for both teachers and students. The.